Links: 3D Models by AT Specialists for VI

In a previous post, “How 3D Printing is helping Students with Visual Impairment”, I linked to a video about Neal McKenzie: AT Sp [...]

OpenSCAD – Accessible 3D Drawing

This post is about accessible 3D drawing software. Open SCAD is accessible by JAWS and VoiceOver. So for students who rely on screen readers [...]

Literacy Supports – The Little Prince

I came across this article showcasing the work of artist Eva Sbaraini.  She designed 3D models of the images found in the beloved book, T [...]

Video: How 3D Printing is helping Students with Visual Impairment

Came across this short video clip of an assistive technology specialist supporting a student with VI using custom 3D printed items.  The vi [...]

Article: Design Students Create Tactile Map of School

Here is a link to an article of a group of city college design students that created a tactile map of a school using 3D printing. Click link [...]

Groot and the Hairspray Test

Glass Prep: 2 layers of aerosol hairspray, dried to tacky Expected duration: 6 1/2 hours Actual duration: 5 hours Supports: no supports for [...]

Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower print was successful but results weren't perfect. [...]

Article: 3D Printing for Accessible Instruction? Why Not? It Is Affordable, Successful, Amazing!

Here is a link to some work that was done in California. The focus is in Science. The PowerPoints at the end of the article are of the prese [...]

Nespresso Capsule Honeycomb Snowflake Wall Holder

Glass Prep: 2 layers of glue stick Expected duration: 3.5 hours Actual duration: 3 hours Supports: none Notes: no issues with this print Sou [...]

More (Glue) Isn’t Always Better

Glass Prep: 3 layers of glue stick Expected duration: 45 mins. Actual duration: 2 mins. Supports: none Notes: Filament couldn’t be lai [...]
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