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Suggested models

We will use this post to collect ideas and suggestions of things to print.  See also the Project List page to see which projects already have people working on them. Prof. Rasmussen: Given any knot, one can find a polynomial … Continue reading

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3D Printing of Mathematical Models — An Invitation

On Thursday, Sept 26th, Professors Adeboye and Constantine will give a talk introducing the project in the Undergraduate Math Club meeting.  Here’s the blurb: Undergrad Math Club Meeting: Thursday, September 26 at noon in the Woodhead Lounge. From Platonic solids … Continue reading

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This post collects some resources about 3D printing in general and 3D math models specifically. This paper, by Henry Segerman, is a great place to start learning about 3D printing math models. This paper, by Schleimer and Segerman has some … Continue reading

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Welcome to the group blog for the 3D Printing of Mathematical Models project.  Here you will find basic information about the project, how to get involved, resources, and ideas.  The blog is also a place to share questions and ideas, … Continue reading

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