Spinner

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Model description

A model of a spinner created by students and awarded as part of the "Enchant your school with 3D printing!" competition. 

Depending on the disc prepared, the spinner can be used as a Newtonian disc and to show what optical illusions are. In physics, it can be used to discuss centrifugal force, conservation of angular momentum, or the gyroscope. The model will work well in a variety of classes as a teaching aid that supports creative and group working methods in school.

 

Authors of the project

“DZIEWCZYNY” team from Memorial to the Victims of Stutthof Primary School in Sztutowo.

Read more about the team's work: https://wakelet.com/wake/Hw1t04DEOpeAzsF1eUD-6 

Video about the team’s work: https://youtu.be/gaZErtTelAI 

 

Model elements

The set consists of 3 models. The files in the set have been prepared in such a way as to be printed as a part of one printout.

 

If you want to print more copies of the selected item, you can use the multiplier in the slicer ("multiply model" function). Use the "+" and "-" buttons to set the desired number of models and the slicer will automatically place them on the worktop.

 

Technical data

Model size (XYZ): set - 51 mm x 70 mm 26 mm

Printing time:  1 h 28 min

Filament quantity: set -  19 g.

Recommended filament type: SkriPLA / PLA.

 

If you want to learn more or recall some information about 3D printing, check out our training materials for teachers at Skriware Academy: 3D printing e-courses

 

Additional information

To make a spinner, you will need a CD and a pre-prepared disc.

 

If you are looking for other models designed by students check out our tab “Student projects”.

 

License:
Group 300 3
Author:
Skriware

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