I’d like to share my experience with you about Tinkercad the 3-D printing Design Software. I first started using the software when I was a freshman at my high school. My computer graphics teacher Mr. Milstead is a great role model and loves working with his students. I started off by making small things using Tinkercad. Then I expanded over time and have made some more involved projects such as my 3-D Printed puzzle of Mount Everest made in 2014 (when I was a sophomore). I also have been working on a Monopoly game.
I have low vision and using a iMac I currently use the zoom feature from the accessibility settings.
Tinkercad is a web based program used to create 3-D designs.
Here are a few of my designs I have made over the past few years in class. The first image is a large 3D printed penny painted with copper-colored paint.
The next image is the initial J made out of wood designed with Tinkercad and created with a laser printer (an electronic laser cutter can be connected to a computer and designs can be engraved or cut out of wood).
The last image is my 3D Mount Everest Puzzle.
Have you used Tinkercad before? If not, you should give it a try. It's a lot of fun!