3D Bubbles!

3D printing technology is changing the way we produce and manufacture products. With 3D printing, you can turn design ideas into physical objects quickly and inexpensively.
Mrs. Phelps’ Second Grade Computer class students received an introduction to 3D printing and then tried their hand at creating a bubble wand. Students worked in teams to determine the basic shape and design of their bubble wand. They first drew the design on paper, then used Google Slides to establish a digital outline. Mrs. Phelps took those designs and converted them into a format suitable for 3D printing. Each team took advantage of the beautiful weather to test their prototypes with outstanding results. Well done! #STEMatSLS #RiseAbove Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic Schools Dremel