Parthenon

Introduction: Parthenon

This is my entry for"Scene Category" for "Distance Learning with Tinkercad" Contest.

The Parthenon is an ancient temple in Greece, dedicated to the goddess Athena, whom the people of Athens considered their patron. Construction began in 447 BC when the Athenian Empire was at the peak of its power. It was completed in 438 BC, although decoration of the building continued until 432 BC. Follow the steps below and you can make a similar model of Parthenon.

Supplies

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Step 1: The Pillar

Take a cylinder of -

height=80 dimension=2 mm by 2 mm Make it As "hole". Make a duplicate. Keep it at 13 mm distance. Group them. Make a duplicate of that group. Rotate them at 22.5 degree. Make their duplicate until a circle is formed.(Refer the images). Take a cylinder of 15.97 mm by 16 mm. Align it properly and group them. Take a box of height 5 mm length 20 mm breadth 20 mm. Place it on the top of the pole. Align it properly and group them. The pole is ready.(See the images.)

Step 2: Hall

Make 6 duplicates of pole and keep it at a distance of 5 mm.

Make 6 row at distance of 5 mm . Now delete the middle part of the square formed. Group them all. Your hall is ready.(Refer to the image.)

Step 3: Steps

Take a box of

height 5 mm length =401.8 breath=399.1. Place it under the hall. Take another box. height=5 mm length=399.1 breath=398.8. Align them properly. Group them with the hall. Your steps are ready.(See the images for better understanding.)

Step 4: Roof

Take box of

height =5 mm length=360.05 breath=291.40. Align it properly with other structure. Group them. Take a roof of height=34.40 breadth=289.50 length=350.60 Group them. Your roof is ready.(see the images.)

Step 5: Background

You can add any background like

Rock mountains,

Trees etc.

Step 6: CONCLUSION

Download the Stl File for 3d printing.

Download the svg file for Laser Cutting.

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    1 year ago

    Nice! What did you use for the mountains?