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SCRAP Humboldt solar wax melter with 3D printed molds

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ENGR215 Project Page in Progress
This page is a project page in progress by students in Engr215. Please refrain from making edits unless you are a member of the project team, but feel free to make comments using the discussion tab. Check back for the finished version on May 15th, 2013.


Abstract

The Parabolic Wax Melter utilizes the energy produced from the Sun to heat and re-purpose crayons, candles, and other waxes. This design was created in the Humboldt State University Engineering 215, for the client, SCRAP Humboldt whose goal is to “inspire creative reuse and environmentally sustainable behavior by providing educational programs and affordable materials to the community.” (SCRAP)

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