I teach at an independent school in the Chicago suburbs. Our 5th graders have been working with a group of adults with physical disabilities. One focus of this project has been to have our students design a useful object for their disabled partners, using Tinkercad as the design tool. In so doing, the students produced designs that are indeed useful, but too large to print with most 3d printers. It looks like the best solution might be to redesign these objects into smaller parts that could be fitted/glued together, but I do not have the expertise in Tinkercad to accomplish that. Is there anyone out there who might volunteer to assist us in this worthy project by helping with the reengineering of these 3d designs?