When learning about additive manufacturing, 3D printing concepts can be easily explained though 3D printed models. Try it for yourself.
Want to learn more about the wonderful world of 3D printing? These 3D printing books are the perfect place to start. Start your 3D printing library today!
Visually impaired students may miss out on cringy sex education videos, but 3D printed sex-ed organs can help them learn through touch.
The 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity is marked with a 3D printed book called “Genius: 100 Visions of the Future”.
St. Margaret’s Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano, California 3D printed these awesome masks for a stage production of The Lion King.
Reynold Poernomo has blended art and science in a beautiful fusion to create a 3D printed croquembouche that’s fully baked. How did he do it?
If you want to learn 3D printing, you can’t start early enough. Now here’s a children’s book about a boy and his magical 3D printer. For some days, you can even download it for free.
Makers rejoice! Autodesk is providing their most popular 3D design software packages free to over 1000 Fab Labs around the world.
Big round of announcements from MakerBot, including a new MakerBot Replicator+, new filaments, and new apps for professionals and educators.
Biochemistry researchers are 3D printing models of complex molecular structures, and using them as a teaching aid for students and educators.
Fittle Fish is an accessible learning toy for visually challenged kids. Playful puzzles help them learn new words and visualise object shapes.
It is now more imperative than ever that schools educate their students about the emerging digital fabrication technologies, especially those of the “additive kind” (i.e. 3D printing) that are going to fundamentally change the world and the way we manufacture our goods.