Print Reading Exercise #3
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|Print Reading 3 Printable Version Left.stl||922||403 kB||on 16/1/14||Download|
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|Print Reading Exercise 3 Worksheet.pdf||874||131 kB||on 16/1/14||Download|
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Print Reading is a valuable skill for students to learn. This beginner level print reading will allow students to understand the fundamentals of reading a blueprint. Print the part and you have an excellent visual aid to provide when teaching the fundamentals of interpreting information commonly found on a blueprint. Provide each student with a copy (digital or paper) of the print and accompanying worksheet.
Print either the entire piece in a single print (Print Reading 3.stl) which requires support material to be turned on, or print the left and right halves (not requiring support) and temporarily assemble with 1" scrap lengths of filament in the four holes added where the two parts join. (This can be used when demonstrating section views) Material: ABS or PLA, Layer Height: .3mm, Perimeters: 2, Bottom / Top Layers: 3, Infill: 10%
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