3D Printed Puzzle Toys

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Acknowledgement

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their continuing connection to land and as custodians of stories for millennia. We respectfully acknowledge the land on which we all meet today, and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.

Summary

Background

At the end of 2020 members of the team discussed coming up with a new mini project to do in the 3D Printing Induction. We came across these great resources for puzzles https://www.instructables.com/A-Trio-of-Keychain-Puzzles/ and http://robspuzzlepage.com/keychain.htm and thought or using a selection SVG silhouettes of animals etc imported into Tinkercad. Participants could extrude these basic shapes up into 3 dimensional forms and separate different components , like these puzzles, only with a single last component locked in with a key chain or split ring that could lock it all together.

Skills Introduced

  • Skill 1
  • Skill 2
  • Skill 3

Materials

Filament (preferably multi colours) and split rings or key chain.

Workshop Walk through

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Step 2

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Step 4

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References

Downloads

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We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their continuing connection to land and as custodians of stories for millennia. We are inspired by this tradition in our work to share and preserve Queensland's memory for future generations.