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Gloucester Community Builds 22 3D Printers in 2 Days for Middle School

Fact: 100% of people building their first 3D printer have never built a 3D printer before. So, for about 60 teachers at O’Maley Innovation Middle School in Gloucester, Massachusetts to put together 27 3D printer kits with no previous experience isn’t completely nuts. After all, someone from the school would need to construct them for the school’s new tech lab. So, O’Maley’s School Technology Specialist Dave Brown and Science teacher Amy Donnelly put out a call for volunteers.
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Partnership Down Under Brings 3D Printing to Classrooms

There are a lot of companies out there that want to empower kids through a wide range of activities that involve learning about and experiencing 3D modelling and 3D printing. There are also a lot of companies whose revenue depends on reselling a wide variety of 3D printers. When two of these companies form a partnership, the potential for accomplishing an industry wide goal of having schools implement 3D printing programs with accompanying curriculums becomes one step closer to actualization.
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Tutor3D Launches to Provide 3D Design and Printing Courses to Students Ages 8-16

In the last few months, India has been coming on strong as they embrace additive manufacturing technology in several different ways. We have seen a couple of new desktop 3D printer manufacturers emerge in the second most populated country in the world. Additionally, there has been an increased adoption of 3D printing processes within various medical applications throughout the Asian nation.
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BEEVERYCREATIVE Looks to Bring 3D Printers to Schools Worldwide

Back in the early 90′s, personal computer use began to become more commonplace in schools throughout the US and Europe. As time went on, this technology moved into the curriculums of schools worldwide. Education leaders decided that computers would be used extensively in our future, and that teaching kids the basics of this technology early on, would be of utmost importance. I’m thankful for the education I got in personal computer use, as it has driven my career, and opened up opportunities in my life. Now a couple of decades later, history is repeating itself in the form of 3D printing.
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3D Printed Racers In School

Vinny Garrison, Technology Teacher for grades five to eight at the A. MacArthur Middle School, has starred in a recent MakerBot video short to give us all another interesting insight into the prospective applications of 3D printing in the classroom.
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MakerBot Stories | A. MacArthur Barr Middle School

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Vinny Garrison is the technology teacher and racing commissioner at A. MacArthur Barr Middle School, in Nanuet, NY. Over the course of seven weeks, each eighth grader will shape a footlong wood block into a car and make a set of wheels on a MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printer. Students eager to challenge the all-time record craft wheels weighing as little as eight-tenths of a gram. (Stock wheels can weigh as much as five grams each.) Others create elaborate patterns worthy of a custom rim shop while learning engineering principles.
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QSQM Needs Help Giving Away Free Uncia 3D Printers to Schools in Asia

At the beginning of the month, Chinese 3D printing company QSQM Technology Corporation launched an Indiegogo campaign for a new upgraded and higher quality Uncia DLP 3D printer. Thankfully they didn’t increase the price from their previous model, despite big hardware upgrades. Now, with the $10,000 funding goal met, they want to use the crowdfunding experience to help donate 3D printers to schools in Asia.
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700 Medaillen aus dem 3D-Drucker

Einmal pro Woche lernen und arbeiten sie nicht in ihrer Oberschule Ronzelenstraße, dann sind 14 Neuntklässler der vor rund einem Jahr gegründeten Schülerfirma für einen Tag im Fabrikationslabor (FabLab) der Arbeitsgruppe Digitale Medien in der Bildung (Dimeb) des Technologie-Zentrums Informatik und Informationstechnik der Universität Bremen. Was sie dort ein Schuljahr lang gelernt und an den digitalen Fertigungsmaschinen wie 3D-Druckern hergestellt haben, das präsentieren die Schülerinnen und Schüler nunmehr Eltern und Lehrern.
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3-D-Druck: Wenn Schüler und Lehrer gemeinsam lernen

Projekt von Schulen und Firmen wird fortgeführt

Ein positives Fazit zum aktuellen Gemeinschaftsprojekt mit Real- und Mittelschule haben die Babenhauser Firmen Kößler Technologie und SFB Schwäbische Formdrehteile zum Schuljahresende gezogen. Das Wahlfach CNC-3-D-Druck sei bei Schülern der 9. Klasse an der Anton-Fugger-Realschule gut angekommen, so der Tenor.
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