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3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — March 28, 2015

This week’s stories we didn’t cover include several creative projects, including 3D printed zoetropes, a slide scanner to preserve old photos, a chair made by over 70 makers, and a printable katamari. Also,…

16Hertz Unveils Large Delta 3D Printer Targeted Toward STEM Education

We all know how important 3D printers are becoming within the field of education. Students from kindergarten all the way up to graduate school can realize a benefit from the…

Integrating 3D Printing Education into a Curriculum for Girls in Africa

The Youth for Technology Foundation (YTF) is a global not-for-profit created in 2000. The goal of its creation is to partner with low-income communities in the US as well as…

iRobot Now Allows Users to Hack the Roomba With 3D Printing, Via Their ‘Create 2’ Robot

With the Create 2, iRobot has thrown open the guts of the Roomba floor cleaning robot to students, developers, and DIY-types. The Create 2 robot, made from re-manufactured Roomba 600…

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…

Seventh Graders at Perry Middle School in Ohio Build 3D Printer for STEM Class

I don’t know if you remember what you were doing in seventh grade, but I’m pretty sure it was something along the lines of doodling in my notebook and staring…

Students Use Autodesk’s New Fusion 360 to 3D Print Assistive Device For Disabled Man

As 3D technology becomes a more common part of the classroom, students are making significant contributions to the world around them at younger and younger ages. We’ve seen a university…