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RepRap (300 x 300) with a dual extruder using PLA filament, which is a type of thermoplastic made from plant sources
This object is a 3D interpretation and model of the art installation “Salute” by Kay Kirkpatrick, on the Boise State University campus near the Student Union Building. The 3D object was created using Tinkercad and used digital camera photos to render the shape of the piece. To allow for 3D printing, Salute was split into three objects. Each part was printed individually, then mounted to mat board.
This object was on display in the Special Collections and Archives exhibit windows in an exhibit that commemorates some of the tributes to Boise State University’s military community that served in combat overseas (Spring 2015).
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Duran, Jim D., "Salute" (2015). Boise State Maker Projects. 3.