CAD Design Tips for 3-D Printing

It is interesting to see how the author made decisions for both color and form in describing their content. We are moving from handling abstract forms to more concrete forms in 1.2 and it is interesting how information is created from simple groupings of shapes and colors that are more common in these arrangements than in abstract works. We can see the connotative meaning of this work in the colors (blue vs red). It is curious why the author chose blue instead of green and why the color of the first block seems different.

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