oday: TEC is at the New England Maker Summit at the University of Hartford with Keynote Speaker Dale Dougherty, Widely considered “The Father of the Maker Movement"! 1:30-8:00pm go to website for more info: http://whymakingmatters.com/
"A Makerspace for students, by students", is very fitting for this project, an all all-access Department of Mechanical Engineering (MechE) makerspace from MIT. This community space offers ways to make as well as ways to measure protoypes and anything else a student may need. The MakerWorks project was first set up by a group of
On Wednesday the 27th of April, a student run 3D printing and repair café at the Technical University of Berlin (TU) opened its doors for the first time. It is designed as a creative space to facilitate 3D printing for anyone who wants to be involved, students and non-students alike. The café can be used …
Schools in Victoria, Australia are now using 3D printing to understand biology like never before. This application of additive manufacturing allows young students to visualize the basics of anatomy by via 3D printed replicas of skulls and bones from a wide diversity of species. The Australian schools are using an online library called
Makers Empire runs monthly 3D design and printing competitions for school students to help introduce them to 3D printing. This month's competition is dedicated to K-year 8 students.This month's competition includes free prints for all school students who enter and design their very own Shoebee. A Shoebee is a decorative 3D printed charm that attaches to your
3D printing has has a presence in the medical industry since the 1980s for modelling body parts that are otherwise untouchable without invasive surgery, but research into the potential of this technology is bringing clinicians closer to getting a good look up close at the real thing. Instead of scans, what about injecting a camera
"A group of German researchers [from the University of Stuttgart] have been working on a complex lens system that is small enough to fit inside a syringe, and applications aren’t just limited to the medical industry." - 3dprintingindustry.com
The Cocalico High School technology education department on April 18 was the proud recipient of a $3,430 grant from the Dart Foundation to purchase a 3-D printer and accompanying supplies for the 2016-17 school year. Though the 3-D printer will be housed in the technology education department, students in physics classes and the gifted program …
Lucky recipients of a new Ultimaker 3D Printer compliments of the Dart Foundation! Happy 3D Printing!
Inspired by the medical benefits that 3D printing technology could provide to areas of humanitarian crisis, 15 students from the Rome-based Massimiliano Massimo Institute have teamed up with 20 volunteers and 69 additional students from the local “Making 3D Printers” class to launch a crowdfunding campaign to provide 3D printing technology to two hospitals in Africa.
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