School spirit and appreciation for his running coaches inspired Max Meaker’s “Running Charger,” which won 3rd place in the Art and Architecture category of the 2013 Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge. His winning entry blended the profiles of a runner and a horse — the mascot of his alma mater, Kentridge High School – into a 3D sculpture. This unique design allows the viewer to see both figures in the sculpture, depending on his or her perspective. Check out the video Max submitted along with his entry to see what we mean.
Kentridge High School received a uPrint SE 3D Printer during Max’s senior year. Having taken engineering classes since freshman year, he was involved in helping to set up the 3D printer and was soon 3D printing models he designed using SolidWorks.
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