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RIZE Introduces Adaptive 2XC Desktop 3D Printer for Offices, Schools, and Homes

In 2016, Massachusetts-based 3D printing company RIZE Inc. released its first industrial-grade desktop 3D printer, the Rize One, renowned for its safety, low emissions, and elimination of post-processing. Then, in…

March 3DPrint.com Crash Courses: Sign Up Now with the Early Bird Rate

Want to learn 3D printing online? Throughout the month of March, we are running one-week intensive online courses for all levels. Register today—it’s the last day to get the early…

Getting Started With 3D Printing in the Classroom

3D printing is a low-cost approach to learning perfectly suited for classrooms. A 3D printer is a powerful and versatile tool to have as its use inspires planning, design, testing and…

How 3D Printing Becomes Normal and Ordinary

I thought I’d start this article with a quote from one of my absolute favorite science fiction writers ever (Kurt Vonnegut is a very close second!) “I’ve come up with…

Johns Hopkins Students Build a 3D printer of Their Very Own with Buildclass

These days most people can simply buy a pre-made 3D printer and only need to press a button to get it to work, but there are those in the maker…

Barnes & Noble is Celebrating Educator Appreciation Days by Giving Away a Free MakerSpace

Bookseller Barnes & Noble, the country’s largest book and media retailer, which hosted the first retail Mini Maker Faire in October, is celebrating its annual Educator Appreciation Days in honor…

The University of Louisville is Set to Open a New 3D Printing Training Facility

Manufacturing safety sciences company UL LLC is partnering with the University of Louisville to open a new 3D printing and additive manufacturing training center. The UL Additive Manufacturing Competency Center…

3D Printing in Education: Is Local Collaboration the Way to Go for 3D Printing in Schools?

With 3D printers slowly making their way into our schools, we assume they are fully being utilized by our teachers. We assume that if we provide the teachers with the…

Tinkerine Announces Tinkerine U Educational Pilot Program to Bring 3D Printing to Schools

Canada’s leading 3D printing company, Tinkerine Studios — which develops, manufactures, and distributes 3D printers — announced yesterday that they are launching a new educational program. The pilot program of Tinkerine U, running…

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