Step 1: Visit Thingiverse or Makerbot

Step 2: Explore designs and collect the design you want 
                to print

Step 3: Submit the URL link for your design (click here)

Step 4: Stop by the RTO to see Mr. Hanks to pick up
                your item!

Step 5: After you print your first 3D item, I ask that you
               modify an existing template for your second 3D
               print. You can do this through
Tinkercad or 

               3D Slash. You can  modify it in any way, big or
               small. If you're up for creating your own .STL file,
               feel free!

*Printings are on a first-come-first-serve basis, and may be interrupted for class printings. Please do not submit anything that resembles a weapon, and steer clear of anything that will come into contact with your mouth (utensils, drinking cups, whistles, etc.) as the plastic may not be safe to ingest.

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