Exquisite 3D printed models made by students of British aristocratic boys' school
Most of the students participating in the course are 16-18 years old. How important is this course? In short, if you can’t complete it, students will not get the same important certificate: GCSE (General Secondary Education Certificate, a bit Like the Chinese certificate of completion, but the assessment is much stricter), it is also an important reference for the A-level evaluation. But it is quite interesting that the arrogant British government rejected this design engineering course. They don't think this kind of course is very important. Phil Hall, the course leader, said that STEM education and design courses can promote the birth of the next generation of engineers, and it is extremely necessary to promote it among elementary and middle school students. Anyway, let's take a look at the students' 3D printing works, which are exquisite like toys in a shopping mall. Such a work has injected considerable effort into the students. From design to printing, to post-processing, it often takes 3 to 4 weeks. Of course, these models also have practical functions. The blue object in the picture below can be used as a drawer and can also be transformed into a miniature flashlight. The red 3D printed matchbox below can be regarded as a collectible. If you look closely, there is also a compass on it, which is made by a student who loves outdoor sports. This unforgettable thing can actually be used as a night light, with an LED lighting system on it, and you can twist various parts to change your posture at will. The following 3D printed models are sports bottle and speaker base, which can be used in real life. What do you think of these works? Anyway, I feel ashamed of them after reading them.