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This is a simple 3D model of an X Y Z model that can be used in lesson when teaching children/teenages about 3D printing. This helps demonstrate the concept of how a 3D printer moves in relation to X Y and Z co-ordinates that are created from a G code of an STL file. Which in turn are created from a 3D model that is created in a 3D workspace using X Y and Z co-ordinates.
This is an example of the free STL files that come with the lesson resources from learnbylayers All the lessons come pre planned and include teaching tutorials, lesson tasks, homeworks, answersheets, CAD video tutorials and assessments.
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