3-D printed feet for chicken
According to engineering teacher Andrew Abissi and students at the West Michigan Aviation Academy Brockman, “We went in and took a couple preliminary measurements with calipers and then we were like, we’re going to 3-D print it with the things we have here at the school,
What we do is design 3-D models on (design software) SOLIDWORKS and email them to this computer here. This project has been a semester-long and a lot of error going into it, so the fact that they were able to continue to work hard has been a tremendous experience and learning opportunity”.
According to Diepstra “Really, she runs around the yard just like this. Like no problem, she can full-out sprint”.
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2 thoughts on “3-D printed feet for chicken”
January 25, 2019 at 11:26 am
I saw an article in Stars and stripes about 3-D printing used in the maintenance of a Lockheed-Martin F-22. Thought you might be interested.
February 11, 2019 at 9:36 pm
Hi Mr. Cox,
Thanks for taking the time to think of me. Words are not enough to express my thanks.
Please accept my best thanks!
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