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Shapeways: 3D Printing in Schools


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I've been invited by Bart, to be at his lecture at the TU Delft (Netherlands) :-D
can't wait to be there!
#1 Mitchell Jetten on 2011-05-18 07:55 (Reply)
Cool..

Make sure you fill out his report card!
#1.1 duann scott on 2011-05-18 08:14 (Reply)
Shapeways always goes above and beyond. Nice!
#2 Chris Hardy (Homepage) on 2011-05-18 11:32 (Reply)
Thanks Chris.

We have just set up your work as part of our in house display in NYC..

Talk soon re Shapeways EDU..
#2.1 duann scott on 2011-05-18 12:20 (Reply)
Awesome! Some images would be great when you guys find a bit of time... (I know you guys are all massively busy - no rush).
#2.1.1 Anonymous on 2011-05-18 13:07 (Reply)
I will be sure to pass this on to my tutors
#3 airyfairy on 2011-05-18 11:50 (Reply)
Thanks,

Also please feel free to pass on their details to me and I will follow up to make things happen for you.
#3.1 duann scott on 2011-05-18 12:21 (Reply)
Hello Duann,
At Anarkik3D we really are big fans of Shapeways as our verry accessible software and your very accessible service for 3D printing is a brilliant partnership. As a student at Edinburgh College of Art Farah Bandookwala's whole degree show was 3D printed at Shapeways. Currently she is getting pieces for the Jerwood Makers Award exhibition made by you, pieces designed using our haptic Cloud9 software and Rhino (This is a very prestigious event: she is one of 4 selected from 200 applicants!).
On the schools side and for 3D printing, most schools are still using CAD and the more applied arts students are missing out because many really cannot get their heads around CAD. Our software is now being purchased by UK schools and my hope is that the art teachers get to try it and introduce it to their classes and thence to 3D printing. Great combination.

Let me know if we can collaborate with you to promote 3D modelling and printing to applied artists and designer makers in schools and colleges.
PS. I met Bart and Ralph at Maker Faire in Newcastle and gave them a hands-on go of Cloud9.
#4 Ann Marie Shillito (Homepage) on 2011-05-18 16:07 (Reply)

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