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Zortrax are going strong in Poland with the opening of a store in Warsaw, and their 3D printers adopted by academic instituions throughout the country.
Disappointed by the slow uptake of home 3D printing? The folks at I Can Make have a theory; it's because the mass market simply don't know what to with it.
3D Printing can bring exciting changes to schools across the curriculum, but only if it stays open, accessible, and focused.
By turning used plastic into sunglasses, phone cases and toys, 3D printing is being used to encourage children to go to school.
Chris Elsworthy, CEO of CEL and creator of the Robox 3D printer, writes about the exciting possibilities of 3D printing in the classroom.
New Kickstarter Cannybots is a robot building kit, cunningly disguised as remote-controlled racing cars. Customize your own with 3D printing.
There's a revolution happening in education, driven by 3D printing technology like the 3Doodler Pen. A music teacher shares her experiences.
MakerBot VP of Solutions Jordan Brehove shares insights on innovation in education, and the growing importance of 3D printing in schools.
The Radcliffe Science Library at the University of Oxford has trialled a 3D printing service for the past year, with interesting results.
The first MakerBot Innovation Center has opened in Europe, at the LIUC - Catteneo University of Castallanza in Italy. ALL3DP takes a tour.
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.