Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian column

3D4KIDS exercise: Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian column


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This is part of the series of 30 exercises developed during the 3D4KIDS program. One of the aims of this Erasmus+ program is to improve the knowledge of teachers regarding the 3d printing technology by developing some specific training materials. More info in the website:

The lesson is about designing and printing 3D columns in classical order. The main goal is to understand the basic parts of Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns and the differences between them.



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7e0135d3434142e0eab6bf6202da7f8a?default=blank&size=40geraldine added this to the Arts & Stationary collection ago
Bfd3ee9cf2058cdfb3613c3400fd552a?default=blank&size=40Samuel B commented ago

Very nice, is it possible you have the rest of the column? Or is it just the tops? Thanks

4d5d5d79c1e32408f71121caffccc6bd?default=blank&size=40Evgeny added this to the RAZNOE collection ago
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