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3D Models which you can find here:

Blueprint

Modrotisk


Nursery school, primary school and secondary school for the hearing impaired
Valašské Meziříčí,
Czech Republic

Students:
Kateřina Kimmelová
Julie Chybíková
Nela Šudřichová

Mentor:
Jaroslav Krajča

Blue printing, also known as modrotisk, is a traditional Czech craft with rich historical origins.
This textile dyeing technique holds great importance within Czech folk culture and plays a
significant role in the country’s tradition and folklore. Blue printing designs are renowned for
their intricate detailing and feature national or regional motifs. These patterns are often
closely linked to specific regions within the Czech Republic, each carrying its own unique
historical significance.

Download the procedure for developing the model here.

Download the STL file here.


Mill on the Mura River


School Centre Velenje, School of Mechanical Engineering, Geotechnics
and the Environment
Velenje, Slovenia

Students:
Brin Krk Sovinc
Patrick Kuzmič
Kenan Jašaragić

Mentor:
Viljem Osojnik, dipl. inž. strojništva

The mill on the Mura river, which is a floating mill on the Mura river, near the town of Veržej.

The oldest evidence of floating mills on the Mura River dates to the 18th century. The first mills were simple and small, but eventually developed into large and complex structures that could produce a large amount of minced grain.

Floating mills on the Mura river are an important part of Prekmurje’s region cultural heritage. The millers were important members of the community and contributed to the development of the economy and agriculture in the region. Floating mills were an important source of raw materials for food and other products and semi-finished products needed by the inhabitants of Prekmurje region.

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Tryavna Art School Heritage

Trevnenska shkola
Tryavna, Bulgaria

Students:
Victoria Tsankova
Gabriela Georgieva
Ivana Ivanova
Maria Nacheva
Monika Toteva
Nikola Spassov
Radostina Ivanova
Raya Petrova
Raya Rumenova
Svetlozara Koleva

Mentor:
Deyan Boev

We chose to work with traditional carved wood reliefs. They are specific for applied arts in Tryavna and Central Bulgaria. The ornaments, compositions and the process of making are at the essence of our teaching programs. The style and all of the visual parts are inspired by traditional Bulgarian iconostasis.

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Download the STL file here.

3D PRINTING OF MUSEUM PISTOL
WALTHER PPK


School Centre Velenje, School of Mechanical Engineering, Geotechnics
and the Environment
Velenje, Slovenia

Students:
Patrik Hladin
Jure Šket
Benjamin Muslimović Bešić

Mentor:
Viljem Osojnik, dipl. inž. strojništva

The Walther PPK was a small pistol manufactured in 1931 by the German company Carl Walther GmbH. The pistol was intended for civilian use and was very popular among European police and security forces. Because of its small size and reliability, it was also popular among military commanders.

The pistol was the personal weapon of German Colonel General Alexander Löhr, commander of German Army Group E, who signed the surrender of his units on May 9, 1945 in Topolšica.

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Honey


Nursery school, primary school and secondary school for the hearing impaired
Valašské Meziříčí,
Czech Republic

Students:
Sára Pavelková
Matěj Špurek
Jiří Špatenka

Mentor:
Jaroslav Krajča

Beekeeping in the Czech Republic is a long-standing tradition, which is characterized by the care of beehives and the collection of honey from natural sources.
Traditional honey production in the Czech Republic includes various types of honey, including linden, flower and honeydew, each with a characteristic taste and aroma depending on the nectar source.
This honey production process is handed down from generation to generation and follows old methods that are still valued today for the quality and authenticity of honey produced in the Czech Republic.

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Download the STL file here.

Fulling mill – Bara

Valyavitsa

Vocational Technical
High School
Dr. Nikola Vasiliadi
Gabrovo, Bulgaria

Students:
Volen Tsonev
Stanimir Stefanov
Beatris Vateva
Ivona Gudova
Veselin Makaveev
Bozhidar Todorov
Stefan Genchev
Ivailo Ivanov
Georgi Dimitrov
Dominik Marinov

Mentor:
Paolina Radeva

A fulling mill, in Bulgarian Bara or Valyavitsa, is a traditional facility for washing blankets, rugs, quilts and other fabrics.

For washing, the power of the cold water flowing from above is used without detergents, which preserves the colours of the fabrics and protects the environment. The fabrics are softened and a fluffy surface is obtained. Since the 1930s, they have also been used to wash carpets and duvets. It is a wooden trough in the form of an inverted truncated cone with overflows at the upper end, into which a powerful stream of water flows at a certain angle. From fast-flowing clear mountain rivers, water is taken to the fulling mill through wooden channels.

Immediately before reaching the fulling mill, the water passes through accelerators, which intensively rotate the water in the fulling mill. The resulting upward, downward and centrifugal forces the water to rotate the textile. The dust is washed away with the water through the overflows.

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Distillery

Nursery school, primary school and secondary school for the hearing impaired
Valašské Meziříčí,
Czech Republic

Students:
Jakub Vrubl
David Kašpar
Ondřej Stejskal
Patrik Vindiš

Mentor:
Jaroslav Krajča

For their model, the students chose a system for the traditional burning of slivovice.

Slivovice roasting in Wallachia is a traditional craft with deep roots in the region, passed down from generation to generation.

The burning masters, who are called “burners”, have a wealth of knowledge and experience in this skill, which they acquire through long practice and following old traditions.

Download the procedure for developing the model here.

Download the STL file here.

3D PRINTING OF THE HAYRACK

School Centre Velenje, School of Mechanical Engineering,
Geotechnics and Environment

Velenje, Slovenia

Students:
Žan Ožir
Sašo Grobelnik
Tjaž Podhovnik

Mentor:
Viljem Osojnik, dipl. inž. strojništva

Hayracks are a distinctive Slovenian architecture that dates to prehistoric times. They are a special type of storage building used for drying hay, grain, and other agricultural produce. Hayracks are made of wood and have a characteristic roof structure that enables efficient drying of the crops. In Slovenia, it is still possible to find many hayracks that are part of the cultural heritage and tourist attractions.
In Konovo in Velenje, there is a hayrack that represents an important part of the cultural heritage of the area. The Konovo hayrack is a freestanding wooden building with very steep roofs, typical of the Dolenjska region. The hayrack is built of wooden beams, connected with wooden pegs and forms three floors.

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Touches from
Gabrovo

Racho Kovacha and Egg with a tap

Maths and Science High SchoolAcademician Ivan Gyuzelev”
Gabrovo, Bulgaria

Students:
Radostina Bochukova
Denitsa Gueorgieva
Vasil Marinov
Alexander Iliev
Nelina Norcheva
Svetoslav Tsvyatkov
Victoria Chilikova
Stanimir Nedyalkov
Stefaniya Pencheva
Gabriela Pavlova
Stefan Ivanov

Mentor:
Marinela Deludi-Tsonkova

The inhabitants of the Bulgarian town of Gabrovo, the capital of humour and satire, are known for their frugality. They cut off the cats’ tails to close the door faster and keep the room warmer, and put a tap on their eggs to “drain just as much as they need – a whole egg is too much for one soup”! Famous not only for their frugality, the Gabrovo citizens have an incredible sense of humour and satire. Inspired by one of the most famous jokes in Gabrovo, we revived the “egg with a tap”!

Racho Kovacha (Racho the blacksmith) is the founder of Gabrovo, marking the beginning of the craft settlement. Originally from Bozhentsi, he laid the foundations of the settlement, initially shoeing the caravaners’ horses and repairing their carts. Over the years, Racho started a family and others permanently settled in his footsteps.

The monument of Racho Kovacha, erected in the Yantra River, also because of a Gabrovo joke – to save living space and not spend money on flowers, serves as a model for our little sample of Racho Kovacha. Our work embodies the Gabrovo humour that everyone carries within themselves.

Download the procedure for developing the models here.

Download the STL file for “Egg with a Tap” here.

Download the STL file for “Racho Kovacha” here.

The symbol of the city of Zlatitsa

Clock tower

SU “St. Paisiy Hilendarski”
Zlatitsa, Bulgaria

Students:
Martin Petrov
Ivana Ilieva
Darina Bachkova

Mentors:
Daniela Samardzhieva Miglena Gaytandzhieva

The clock tower in Zlatitsa – its symbol and heraldic sign in the Zlatitsa coat of arms. The tower was built way back in 1777 specifically for a clock. At the time, it was used as an observation and defence facility, which is evident from the construction method and the openings left in certain places on its walls.

Download the procedure for developing the models here.

Download the STL file here.

National emblem of the Czech Republic

National emblem of the Czech Republic

VOŠ a SPŠE Olomouc
Olomouc,
Czech Republic

Students:
J.Greš
D.Hut
J.Dlabaja
R.Švéda
M.Kajík
J.Motyka
J.Balošák
Š.Polena
D.Kročil
J.Strejček

Mentor:
RNDr. Diana Ferdanová

The lesser national emblem of the Czech Republic is formed by a red shield showing a silver, right-looking, two-tailed roaring lion rampant with golden claws, a golden, thrust-out tongue, and a golden heraldic crown.

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Download the STL file here.


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