Using 3D Scanning to Inspire STEM (.PDF Download)

Oct. 28, 2015

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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