Tag: Education

Interview: MIT Professor John Hart, Director of the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity

MIT’s online course Additive Manufacturing for Innovative Design and Production begins on February 25, 2019. To learn more, 3D Printing Industry got in contact with one of the course instructors – Professor John Hart, MIT Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity. Through his career, Professor Hart has been recognized... Read More »

Laser Lines authorized as training centre for Stratasys’ 3D Printing Academy

Laser Lines, a supplier of 3D printing technologies based in Oxfordshire, UK, has become a certified training provider for Stratasys’ additive manufacturing academy. Stratasys Academy offers personalized courses for new and existing users of its FDM and Polyjet 3D printers who would like to upskill themselves in additive manufacturing technologies. Richard Hoy, SLM Product Specialist... Read More »

Demystifying STEM with SOLIDWORKS Apps for Kids

Let’s face it: sometimes, getting kids into STEM is hard. You can preach the gospel of science, technology, engineering, and math all day long, you can try to catch their attention with all sorts of pop culture models, you can show off the latest and greatest 3D printers. But if a kid feels like their... Read More »

PrintLab expands 3D printing curriculum with CraftUnique

PrintLab, a UK based 3D printing reseller, has partnered with CraftUnique, a Hungarian 3D printer manufacturer, to further distribute its online portal PrintLab Classroom. This platform features 3D printing creative projects, workbooks, tutorials and teacher training guides, and will now be integrated into the CraftBot Plus 3D printer ecosystem. “In recent months, we have been... Read More »

Researcher and 3D Printing Enthusiast Authors Chapter in New Book on 3D Printing in Education

Dr. James Novak, a postdoctoral researcher, industrial designer, and self-professed 3D printing geek, started a blog called edditive back in 2014 as a way to document his 3D printing projects. He recently got in touch with 3DPrint.com to let us know about his latest project – he wrote a chapter in a newly released book... Read More »

Renishaw opens 2019 3D printing apprenticeship program

UK-based metal 3D printer manufacturer and engineering company Renishaw has now opened its apprenticeship applications for 2019. Open to 15-17 year olds, this year Renishaw is hoping to gain a record number of recruits to mark the 40th anniversary of the program. Chris Pockett, Renishaw Head of Communications, comments, “Renishaw has consistently recruited apprentices since 1979 because of... Read More »

Just in Time: Last-Minute Holiday Gifts

Need a last-minute gift for a special person on your holiday list?  You can create a unique, custom 3D-printed clock with just a little bit of design knowledge and an inexpensive battery-powered clock kit like this $8 Youngtown Silent Clock Mechanism with Small Hands: You’ve got from now to the second week of December to get... Read More »