Educating students of any age, you know you can use 3D printing as a core part of your curriculum to excite your students, enrich their learning and encourage their advancement.
You have a dizzying array of 3D printer choices and understandably you might at first be tempted by media hype about, and very low initial purchase prices of, a few hobby-class 3D printers. Yet, it’s wise to dig deeper and learn more about alternatives so that you can make a better-informed and better long-term decision for your students.
To be effective in schools, 3D printing must be accessible to all students, professional-quality, yet affordable and easy to operate and, above all, safe.
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