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:
 Thingiverse (http://www.thingiverse.com/)
 Open Scad (http://www.openscad.org/), Programmable Computeraided design (CAD) program
 Tinkercad (https://www.tinkercad.com/) Drag and Drop Computeraided design (CAD) program
 Autodesk (http://www.autodesk.com/)  need to create account, only free for students
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:
 Slicing a Sphere. By S. Welton and J. Johannsessen
 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
 Hyperboloids. By J. Alarcon and T. Lenell
 Sine Rotated around the yaxis. By E. Henderson and D. Whitaker
 Mobius Strips. By G. Epp
 Klein Bottles. By T. Lenell and B.
Integral Calculus
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

By S. Turner, G. Sullivan, and C. Nambo  By B. Degidio and T. Lackie 
By J. Joy and C. Graden 
Other Calculus Topics
By J. Alarcon and T. Lenell  Sine Rotated around the yaxis. By E. Henderson and D. Whitaker

Topology
By G. Epp  By T. Lenell and B. Degidio 
Other Awesome Mathematical Topics