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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

3D Printer Club Certificate of Achievement

3D Printer Club Certificate of Achievement

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,

Student Name

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.

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This is an SVG file of a Sanguinololu electronics circuit board for 3D printers, and it will likely be helpful if you’re  trying to layout a mounting board for your electronics that includes the Sanguinololu and other components. The drawing includes extra space required by connectors or wires that are plugged into it, and the holes have cross-hairs so you can tape it onto a board and easily drill it. (Right-click and Save As to download the SVG. In you need an SVG editor, check out Inkscape—it’s fantastic and free.)

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Note that there’s extra space for the USB cable because it tends to be a beefier cable.

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Here’s the design for the shirt the kids wear when they want to teach people how to get into building 3D printers. (Click to download SVG, resize, and print on a t-shirt transfer.)

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