A 3D Printing has morphed into and Additive Manufacturing and become increasingly ubiquitous and accessible as a technology it has become critical to
include 3D design, design for printing and 3D printing as a core part of any
curriculum. It is also an opportunity to excite your students, enrich their learning
and encourage experimentation as a path to advancement.
Today you have a dizzying array of 3D printers and technologies from which to
choose and it is tempting to immediately gravitate to the 3D printers you hear a
lot about in the media. Low initial purchase prices of plastic-based hobby-grade
3D printers certainly make them interesting but as an educator, you aim has to
be to make professional-quality 3D printing technology available to your student.
These technologies also need to be easy to use and maintain and safe and affordable for the school and your students on an ongoing basis.
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