Blog: Huge potential for 3D printing in schools around the world

In this blog post Chris Elsworthy, CEO of CEL and creator of the Robox 3D printer, explains how 3D printers are becoming the perfect classroom companion. Read more

17 Jul 2015 15:41 Guest Column 2 Comments

MakerBot in the Classroom is to provide educators with the tools they need to introduce 3D printing and 21st century skills to the classroom. Read more


Kitronik and Robox set to combine expertise to deliver the RBX01 Robox 3D Printer and a range of associated educational resources to secondary schools across the country. Read more


3D Printing in education needn't be confined to the workshop as Dell Imaging's Dave McNally explores. Read more

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Mcor Technologies has announced three years of free IRIS 3D printer consumables for US schools. Read more


UK school children dream of careers in technology but feel they are not being given the right tools in the classroom. Read more


3D Systems and SME Announce Formation of Advisory Board for its M.Lab21 Education Initiative to bring 3D printing technology into schools. Read more


Cleethorpes Academy and their Ultimaker

Pupils at Cleethorpes Academy, UK, pose with their Ultimaker, which they received as part of the CREATE Education Project.

Ultimaker is rolling out 3D printing to UK schools as part of the CREATE Education Project. Read more


The new SolidWorks 3D design application and curriculum prepares students "for the real world", according to experts. Read more


Design and technology pupils at ACS Egham School in Surrey are championing 3D printing in schools with their Stratasys Objet24 3D printer. Read more