PSNS & IMF/OC Ornament

Happy holidays from the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and
Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PSNS & IMF) Apprenticeship Program. We had fun developing a 3D ornament that would showcase our technical ability as well as elements of our Naval Shipyard. Our theme blends multiple aspects of our educational experience in the apprenticeship including: 3d drafting, gyroscopic motion, and naval vessels. This, in combination with festive colors and a lightweight and durable design, is our submission to this contest.

Special Thank You to:

PSNS & IMF APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
BRIAN WATLAND APPRENTICE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR
DAKOTA KING
JOSH SMITH
HANK BLOOMFIELD
MYRON HASE
JOHN LEFEVRE
ZACK STONE

OLYMPIC COLLEGE
NORMA WHITAKER DEAN OF BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
PETER SANCHEZ
TALON GONYEAU
LJ NUNEZ

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Step 1: Olympic College Ring

Make the outer ring by combining a red “C” and a white “O” along with raised letters reading “Olympic College” to commemorate the historic relationship between OC and PSNS & IMF.

This will be the outer ring of the gyroscope design.

Step 2: PSNS & IMF Apprenticeship Ring

Make the inner ring out of green with raised letters reading “PSNS & IMF Apprenticeship”.

The color green is to signify our commitment to environmentally sustainable practices.

Step 3: Gold Center Rod

Make a center rod that will support the two scaled down vessels.

Step 4: Submarine and Aircraft Carrier

Make an aircraft carrier and a submarine to be mounted on the center rod.

Step 5: Sending the STL File to 3D Printer

Send to and print with a 3D printer, hang it on your Christmas tree and enjoy peace and tranquility this holiday season provided by the men and women that serve our Navy.

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    2 Discussions

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    dakrolo

    4 years ago on Introduction

    I like it. I cant wait to see it hung around the college

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    seamster

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Hey, very nicely done! I like the gyroscopic motion this appears to be capable of. Well done, and good luck!