A student, who is a fan of the game "The Legend of Zelda," requested to print a triforce. This was printed on the smaller 3D printer at FAST speed, a scale of 0.75, at 20% infill, with a raft. Volume = 23401.862.
Here is a video compilation of the print, sped up 3x: https://youtu.be/phSJy3HTDTE
A cool thing about 3D Printing is that you can literally print anything! Mrs. Daniel was able to demonstrate this by printing a Macaw. This was done by downloading a file off of Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2775235.
During one print, I used the same scaled size, but did not use a raft, which helps connect and stabilize the bottom of the print. You can see the result of this error in the picture below. The first third of printing was successful until it was high enough and became unstable. Then the creation was pushed aside and the printer was printing in mid-air, rather than on the top part of the creation. The pictures afterward show the successful creation. You can see that the 3D Printer printed supports around the macaw. This is done when you have overhanging pieces on an object. In the last picture, you can see what the macaw looks like once the supports are removed.