3D Printed Playdoh Remover Prototype

Liam is a 5th grader attending Mansfield Middle School. He was one of the winners in the Connecticut Invention Convention and will move on to Nationals. His prototype is made of metal and rusts if Playdoh is not cleaned off for an extended period of time, a common scenario for 3-years old's playing with Playdoh. Also, the metal can be sharp for little kids to use. He wanted to 3-D print his prototype to see if it would help these issues and it does! Thanks to the OPIM Innovate lab, Liam was able to create a more sustainable and safer prototype for children to test out. Seeing as Liam and his parents have no experience with 3-D printing, this could not have happened without you!