SCRAP Humboldt solar wax melter with 3D printed molds

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== Description of final project ==
The parabolic wax melter uses encourages reuse of crayons, candles, and other waxes. The parabolic wax melter pulls common items out of the waste stream and continues to utilizes their designed/natural properties. The main component of the design is the satellite dish which focuses the energy from the Sun to a focal point where the heat can melt and restructure crayons. The 3-D molds are designed to be unique and resemble local themes. <gallery>File:Photo 0.jpg| Beginning File:Photo 1.jpg| More SandingFile:Sanded Satellite Dish.jpg| Finished!</gallery>
=== Costs ===
==Discussion and next steps==
''Discus SCRAP Humboldt plans/workshops''
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[[SCRAP Humboldt]]
Mary Krieger
Jenny Kunna
[[User:Josh| Josh Martinez]]
Ky Wagner
[[Category:Engr215 Introduction to Design]]
[[Category:SCRAP Humboldt]]