Eyes were on design as 20 students visited Quantum Victoria for a 3D modelling and printing experience using Computer Aided Design software. The 3D printers build objects layer by layer using biodegradable plastics. 3D printers have revolutionised the additive manufacturing industry and have made some of the most challenging real-world problems possible. Skill development included: observation, resilience through productive failure, mathematics, problem solving and trouble shooting, design thinking, engineering, collaboration and digital fluency.