Joy Is Genetic

Introduction: Joy Is Genetic

Started by creating rods in a helical arrangement

( .STL, .PDF, & .SLDPRT file attached)

Step 1: Initial Shapes

Trimmed ends of rods with tapered helix then added a swept circle for the side structures of the helix

Step 2: Adding Flair!

Added colored ornaments and star on top with hole for string or hook for hanging on tree

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    4 Discussions

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    raj chandra
    raj chandra

    10 months ago

    Thank u sir.. you did a great job. Genetic transfer is such a important process nowadays. Very few companies are trying to get into this matter but no one has got that desire success like World Precision Instruments archive with its system Micro-ePORE. The amount of success micro e-PORE got in that short period of time is commendable. You may visit WPI website to know more about it. Nevertheless thank you sir once again.

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    jsmith66094
    jsmith66094

    5 years ago

    You design shows a left handed helix, but DNA is a right handed helix. Great idea.

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    wilgubeast
    wilgubeast

    5 years ago on Introduction

    OOoh. Clever design. I dig the combination (and have always thought that double helixes looked like trees.)