3D Printing Cool in Schools

Kids were lining up and taking photos of themselves with their 3D prints at Centennial High School in Franklin Tennessee….. 

Centennial High School senior Maureen Wilson and technology teacher Tim
Sawyer show off the school’s new 3-D printer with a piece designed by
Wilson. The $35,000 printer can literally print out in a resin-like
material all kinds of objects. —Associated Press photo

For schools that do not have access to or the funds to purchase a 3D printer, the Shapeways Educational Program can help students and teachers get access to 3D printing.

If you are an educator interested in being involved please fill out our very brief survey so that we can better tailor our educational program to your needs. 

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