3D Printer

3D printers allow you to create complex three-dimensional objects without the need for a variety of complex machines or programming. By using 3D printing students engage more deeply in lessons and teachers develop new, creative ways to help students excel. 3D printing in schools provides the space for ideas to develop and makes education more fun, 3D printing technology Improves student participation, it’s Promotes active learning, Encourages creative thinking and it can inspire curiosity in STEM subjects by giving students the chance to understand complex concepts and test theories. This can later encourage students to experience and explore a career in science or engineering.

Learning outcome:
  • Learning FDM 3D printing technology starting from basics.
  • Enabling students with our tools to be creative and innovative.
  • Enhanced interest in art and design aesthetics
  • 3d printing promotes problem solving skills.
  • Get certification in 3D printing now and gain a competitive advantage in manufacturing, engineering and design.

3D Printing – The most disruptive technology of 21st Century is now available also for schools! It can enhance literally every classroom by adding aspects of practical learning and creativity.

We will help you mould the Innovators of the Future by empowering them when they are young!

3D Printing Expands Teaching Potential of Existing Curriculum

Teachers can ensure student’s meticulous understanding of anatomy by creating models of human organs for showcase and careful study.

Exposure to 3D printing leads to understanding principles of architecture at a very young age.

Students can examine molecules and also create their own complex structure for study projects.

Printing historical artifactsin a classroom creates excitement necessary for appreciating the value of historical knowledge.

Students can print and display variety of geographic concept with help of 3D printing. Topography, demography and geology are topics which benefit greatly when educational props are available. With 3D printing, it is possible to transform abstract concepts in science and mathematics into concrete (plastic) visuals to help students to understand complex structure quickly and clearly. New ideas can be printed out within minutes; student can design their own work and see the tangible products immediately.