3D printing in Education

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3D printing in Primary and secondary Schools

3D printing for education is becoming more accessible every year. Lower costs, more easy to use and hard wearing equipment, and more possibilities for learning across the curriculum are making 3D printers a common sight in classrooms for all years and subjects.
3D printing enables the development of problem solving, collaboration, project managing, creative design, and testing skills for pupils and students of all ages. Furthermore, students will be expected to use the latest 3D printing technology in further education and in their careers, and fostering their knowledge and interest in the technology will lead to positive outcomes in years to come.
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3D printing for education is becoming more accessible every year. Lower costs, more easy to use and hard wearing equipment, and more possibilities for learning across the curriculum are making 3D printers a common sight in classrooms for all years and subjects.3D printing enables the development of problem solving, collaboration, project managing, creative design, and testing skills for pupils and students of all ages. Furthermore, students will be expected to use the latest 3D printing technology in further education and in their careers, and fostering their knowledge and interest in the technology will lead to positive outcomes in years to come.

‍3D printing in primary and secondary schools enables learning links to be made between mathematics, physics, art, and design. This works in the same way that “sound” enables students to link learning between music, physics, biology, and engineering.
The result is a hands-on experience that enriches learning in multiple subjects. The 3D printer in secondary schools is no longer confined to the design and technology classroom.
Giving students the ability to realise a concept or idea into a real, 3D item – quickly – can be a hugely powerful teaching tool. When a class sees their design come to life, their learning is solidified in a positive, enriching experience that will be sure to create lasting impressions.
Creative approaches to 3D printing for education can result in wide use across the curriculum, with art, history, and enterprise faculties inspiring students with the technology. Websites like Thingiverse and Youmagine, and numerous learning resources and lesson plans, are helping teachers to maximise their students’ enrichment through 3D printing in the classroom.
Teachers are able to communicate complex ideas better to more students with custom models and practical examples made in 3D printers. This can increase the student’s engagement with the subject, as well as kick off independent creativity and collaboration for students using the technology
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3d printing in colleges and higher education

Colleges and universities are recognising the quick spread of additive manufacturing in modern industries, and they are equipping their students with the skills to excel in these industries by investing in 3D printing.
3D printing modules are on engineering courses and technical qualification, but colleges and universities are also finding that their other STEM students – as well as those in creative making subjects – want to explore the technology as well.
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Colleges and universities are recognising the quick spread of additive manufacturing in modern industries, and they are equipping their students with the skills to excel in these industries by investing in 3D printing.
3D printing modules are on engineering courses and technical qualification, but colleges and universities are also finding that their other STEM students – as well as those in creative making subjects – want to explore the technology as well.

‍3D printing is commonplace in sectors as diverse as dentistry, engineering and architecture. Medics and education students alike will find 3D printers in their workplace in the future, and so preparing them by exposing them to 3D printing in their university and college education is necessary.
3D printing also provides college and university educators with more tools to foster good learning in their students. Physical models can be used to help communicate and teach complex subjects in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and beyond.
This has led to universities – the truly interdisciplinary hub of campus life – now including 3D printing as part of their service. STEM students as well as visual and performing artists, creative students, and designers can use the 3D printer to enhance their university or college education.
3D printers are also used in university laboratories at the forefront of new materials, products, robotics, and engineering research. Custom lab equipment, test material properties, and fixtures can all be crafted by researchers seeking out unique solutions to difficult problems in their fields.
A 3D printer in a university of college will enable more learning opportunities, prepare students for their careers, and foster imaginative and leading research from academic staff and graduate students.


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3D scanning in education

3D scanners can be used in a variety of education settings, for all age ranges, and in multiple subjects. For universities and colleges, using 3D scanning will properly prepare students for careers in numerous engineering fields including medical engineering, robotics, and computer sciences.
Whether by enhancing hands-on education for primary and secondary school pupils, or by enriching engineering, medical or information science subjects with equipment that is used in industry, 3D scanning has the potential to generate positive learning outcomes for all students.
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3D scanners can be used in a variety of education settings, for all age ranges, and in multiple subjects. For universities and colleges, using 3D scanning will properly prepare students for careers in numerous engineering fields including medical engineering, robotics, and computer sciences.
Whether by enhancing hands-on education for primary and secondary school pupils, or by enriching engineering, medical or information science subjects with equipment that is used in industry, 3D scanning has the potential to generate positive learning outcomes for all students.

‍In primary and secondary education, 3D scanners can provide a uniquely hands-on learning experience in a number of subjects. This helps to engage pupils in their learning more, leading to better overall learning outcomes for the class.
Topography and geography, biology, and engineering can all benefit from giving students the ability to 3D scan objects and work with accurate spatial data. Computer science is especially well-matched to benefit from the introduction of 3D scanning to the school, by enabling students to learn how to work with spatial data in a practical, “real-life” application.
In colleges and universities, 3D scanning is being used on engineering and manufacturing courses as a part of everyday learning. This is because sectors in those industries are increasingly seeing the benefit – and widespread adoption – of 3D scanners.
3D scanning is also becoming a vital part of bedside medicine and dentistry, and so students in these disciplines also need to learn how to make the most out of the technology. Fields as diverse as archaeology and architecture can see strong enrichment from investment in 3D scanning.
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Education bundles

Now, schools, colleges, and universities can take a quick and low-risk decision to try out 3D printing for education for their own pupils and students. With Craftbot education bundles, 3D printing can be set up in the classroom – engaging learners – in a matter of minutes.
The plug and play setup of Craftbot’s education packages – including filaments, software, and lesson plans – means that teachers can start exploring 3D printing in their classes straight away. Teachers and students can learn together, creating powerful enrichment experiences that students will remember.
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Now, schools, colleges, and universities can take a quick and low-risk decision to try out 3D printing for education for their own pupils and students. With Craftbot education bundles, 3D printing can be set up in the classroom – engaging learners – in a matter of minutes.
The plug and play setup of Craftbot’s education packages – including filaments, software, and lesson plans – means that teachers can start exploring 3D printing in their classes straight away. Teachers and students can learn together, creating powerful enrichment experiences that students will remember.

‍Lesson plans from 3D printing education experts can help you get started straight away with a Craftbot 3D printing bundle.
Students of all ages and abilities can safely work on these machines, which are hard wearing and simple to use. The rugged and practical design of the Craftbot education range makes these 3D printers a good investment for many years of enriched education in a school setting.
With an education bundle, you will start to see the benefits of 3D printing in education immediately. Teachers can create models and teaching aids from scratch, while students will link learning from multiple subjects through hands-on 3D printing activities.
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