How 3D Printing Transforms Real-World Design and Production Challenges into Learning

3D Printing Education Turns Students into Inquisitive Leaders

As manufacturing, making, and innovation converge in education, 3D printing is becoming more crucial to curriculums. Giving access to 3D printers enables students across disciplines to learn by making and creating rather than simply consuming content. Hands-on learning is an integral part of the curriculum, turning students into thinkers, designers and builders.

Design, Prototype, Repeat

Beyond use in institutional research, 3D printing is well suited to student projects since it enables learners to prototype ideas and bring their projects to life quickly and repeat the process until the results are what they want.

Student 3D printing model

Female student 3D printing a model

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