Here’s a certificate of achievement that you can use for the kids who complete the project at your school. We had two titles: The kids who were in the club were awarded “3D Printer Maker” certificates, and those that helped out a lot (usually younger siblings) were awarded “”3D Printer Apprentice” certificates. The text of the certificate is shown below the image.
Download the SVG file here: 3D Printer Club: Lesson Plans and Other Documents
The border features the typical honeycomb-style infill pattern that 3D prints often use.
Here’s the text of the certificate:
Let it be known that on this twenty-fourth day of May, two thousand and thirteen,
is hereby honored and recognized for outstanding achievement as part of an awesome team of awesome kids who built a fully functional 3D printer—from scratch, having learned tons and tons of cool stuff along the way, including blogging, accounting, sourcing, assembly, robotics, electronics, management, teamwork, and a bunch of other awesome things too numerous to list. This exceedingly rare and highly coveted document therefore confers upon the aforementioned Maker, the esteemed, hard-earned, and frankly just awesome title of
3D Printer Maker
with all the rights, privileges, and honors appertaining thereunto.