3D printers are finding their way into schools around the world. Unfortunately, some schools may not know how to use 3D printers for education. Printing a chess piece might show that additive manufacturing is cool, but how can someone use a printer to communicate complex fundamentals of science to add value to the education process? Matthew Hoffman, an education specialist from the National Museum of American History, and a team of other educators are finding out...
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