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Bring 3D Printing to Your Classroom: 3DPrint360 Classroom Printer Support

May 8, 2016

Lots of schools are exploring 3D Printing, but how do you get started? The folks at 3DPrint360 can help you find the best 3D printer for your school and support you after the delivery is made. A 3D printer can energize teaching and learning across the content areas. Students can design and create physical objects that connect to lessons in science, engineering, math, history, art and more.

Bring 3D Printing to Your Classroom
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It’s been so exciting to see the way that 3D printing is impacting a range of industries. From the medical field where doctors are printing prosthetic limbs to fashion where designers are creating clothing with 3D printing, the possibilities are endless. If you’ve started a search for a 3D printer you’ve probably found a handful of options that fit the bill. The team at 3DPrint360 works with schools before and after receiving 3D printers. They make sure this device is up and running in the makerspace, media center or special space in your school.

Visit 3DPrint360’s website to learn more about bringing this technology to your school!

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

2 Responses to “Bring 3D Printing to Your Classroom: 3DPrint360 Classroom Printer Support”

  1. Would of been sweet to have 3d printers when i was in school haha. I see it was very good tool for learning, now they can print the all the trig shapes and show students physically even the more complex shapes. Also the students now can get very creative and make really cool science projects. 3D printers will revolutionize schools and the way students learn!

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