My first project in EDI Fellows was to design and then 3D print a bridge. I used Tinkercad, a 3D modeling software, to design three separate bridges.. One was a simple arched bridge, and another was a cable-stayed bridge, to which I would add strings after printing to act as the cables. The last bridge was the most complicated one by far, consisting of multiple arches stacked on top of each other, with a surface placed on top of them. Ironically, this last, most complicated bridge was the only one to have a successful first print. The simple arched bridge turned out to be asymmetrical, which warranted a reprint, and the towers on the cable-stayed bridge broke because they were too thin. After a simple redesign, these bridges were successfully printed at the second time of asking.