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3D Printing News Briefs: January 8, 2020

It’s the first 3D Printing News Briefs of 2020! To celebrate, we’ll start with some predictions for the industry made by three Ultimaker executives. Continuing on, Dassault Systèmes has the…

3DPod: 3D Printing Podcast Episode 3: Teaching in 3D

On this episode of the 3DPod we are discussing 3D printing in education. Presented by many as a great idea your two presenters are not so sure. Max certainly is…

MakerGirl: Piquing Rural Girls’ Interest in 3D Printing

While the integration of 3D printing technology has changed the face of ‘shop class’, the sex based disparity in those using the new shop equipment remains the same. As a result there…

3D Hubs’ New Student Ambassador Program Wants College Students in North America and the UK

College students in North America and the UK have a new opportunity to become more involved with 3D printing-related activities on their campuses. It seems every corner I turn these…

VA Tech Students 3D Print ‘Ant Vehicle’ for Use in Disaster Relief

There is an old joke about engineers that goes like this: Q: How can you tell which engineers are the extroverts? A: They are the ones staring at other people’s shoes….

Czech Student Creates Detailed 3D Printed Ship Models

For people living in America, at least those living by the coast, we are used to seeing boats, yachts and ships on a rather frequent basis. Myself, I grew up…

Want a 3D Printing Internship? MakerBot Announces Their 2015 Summer Intern Program

Being a 2004 college graduate, I sometimes wish I had been born a decade later, able to take advantage of courses which pertain to new rapidly advancing technologies such as…

HOUSTEX 2015 Student Summit Offers 3D Printed Wind Turbine Challenge for Houston Area High Schoolers

Because Texas is indeed the ‘Heart of Manufacturing,’ that is the theme for this year’s HOUSTEX Student Summit, sponsored by SME, which endeavors to introduce area high school students to the merits…

Baiyun Winbo 3D Printing College Opens its Doors in China: Very first school of its kind

I’m a huge advocate of 3D printing in schools. I feel as though our future workforce will be better prepared for a future where additive manufacturing and 3D printing replaces…

Oklahoma State Students Embrace 3D Printing With Fishing Reel, Rocket, QuadCopter & More

Do you remember spending days and weeks on school projects that involved an end design or prototype that had to be just perfect, and once it was handcrafted and produced…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week – Dec. 14th

In any emerging industry as transformative as 3D printing, the news just keeps rolling in and getting more exciting. Here at 3Dprint.com we do our best to keep our readers up to…

Teacher Receives 3D Printed Hand After 5th Grade Students Write Letter to Johns Hopkins

There have been a lot of stories about the amazing uses of 3D printing for prosthetic limbs, and they’re all heartwarming, human interest tales. Some really tug on the heartstrings,…

High School Students at NuVu Studio Use 3D Design & Printing to “Hack Wheelchairs for Urbanity”

Traditional wheelchairs are wonderful for people who need them, providing independence to those who have limits to their personal mobility for any of a number of reasons. Still, they do…

UNC at Chapel Hill Opens a Makerspace for Free, On-Campus 3D Printing

Some of the most remarkable and innovative achievements in 3D design and printing are happening in the academic environment, including collaborative efforts between academia and industry. While preserving the long-standing…

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…

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for 3D Printed Ice Cream? 3D Ice Cream Printer is Created at MIT

With today’s technology, we have the ability to 3D print in plastics, metals, ceramics, and even Nutella. Each and every day it seems as though we are introduced to a…

Toy Product Design Class Hosts ‘Playsentations’ at University of Minnesota – 3D Printing Plays Major Role

The value of play as an educational tool is often underrated. This can be especially true sometimes in the disciplines where you least expect it to be, such as design….

3D Fabric Printing Pen and Recycled Printed Garments: 3D Tech for Sustainable Fashion

An interest in sustainable fashion doesn’t mean that you have to wear burlap or hold onto last year’s fashion. In fact, it may one day mean that all of your…

The 3D PFP: A 3D Printer Fundraising Program for Schools

The 3D Printer, a provider of 3D print equipment and supplies out of Maddingley Australia has introduced a school fundraiser program (3D PFP) designed to help more schools have access…

3D Printing Ears – Student Aims to Fix Congenital Deformity Via 3D Printers

When it comes to 3D printing in medicine, it’s one of those technologies which is only starting to break the surface. Only in the past year have we really begun…

Dyson Funding Program Brings Whizz-Bang Equipment, Including 3D Printers, to Secondary Schools

  When it came to the attention of The James Dyson Foundation that students were dropping out of design and technology courses at the GCSE (General Certificate in Secondary Education)…

X.Pose 3D Printed Wearable Sculpture Reveals Person’s Skin Based on Data

Americans are obsessed with privacy, or at least we think we are. In fact, paradoxical privacy laws make it truly difficult sometimes for you to even access your own information,…

NuVu Studio Brings 3D Printing to Classroom: Can Middle And High-School Students be Engineers?

NuVu Studio seeks to help middle- and high-school students find solutions to real-world problems using 3D printers.  Such an approach has been praised by several educators who claim that the…

Ohio High School Students 3D Bioprint Bacteria

After several years of 3D bioprinting being covered by the media, it’s quite difficult to be too surprised by new accomplishments in this quickly expanding field, but this story may…