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Mathematics

3D Printing

Below is information about printing your own 3D objects and CWU's Undergraduate 3D printing projects including Calculus, Topology, and other mathematical topics

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Printing your own 3D Objects...

 

Basic Printing Design Resources:

Printing in the Math Department

Please use the following form to submit any 3D printing requests, http://goo.gl/forms/KlThj2XjkpdYSwGY2


Central Undergraduate 3d Printing Projects

See the following projects including:

Integral Calculus: 

Other Calculus

Topology

Other Awesome Math Topics

 

Integral Calculus

Slicing a Sphere

By S. Welton and J. Johannsessen

Paper (.pdf), 3D printed files (.stl)

 

Volume of a Tunnel (1/2 a Cylinder)

By. G. Epp and J. Erdman

 

The Disk Method

By S. Turner, G. Sullivan, and C. Nambo

Integrating an Ice Cream Cone 

By B. Degidio and T. Lackie

Conic Sections

By J. Joy and C. Graden

 

Other Calculus Topics

Hyperboloids.

By J. Alarcon and T. Lenell

Sine Rotated around the y-axis.

By E. Henderson and D. Whitaker

 

 

Topology

Mobius Strips

By G. Epp

Klein Bottles

By T. Lenell and B. Degidio

  
  

Other Awesome Mathematical Topics

 

  
  
  

 

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