The best 3D printers for schools can help transform a classroom -- and minds too.
Educators are looking for opportunities to teach students the skills that will best prepare them for college and career.
3D pens are hand-held devices that mimic the extrusion process of a 3D printer, but allow for more free-form control over what is created.
Tinkercad is a free, kid-friendly online computer-aided design (CAD) program where users can design, modify, and print 3D objects.
The Mosaic Palette 2 Pro S enables the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 to combine flexible materials, soluble materials, ridge materials and a different colored materials in a single print.
The Looking Glass® Pro is designed for customers seeking a turnkey holographic display solution without the need for VR or AR headsets.
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Skriware educational startup will be showcasing its learn-through-play ecosystem for students at Bett Show 2019, booth no. B56.
3D Slash is a web- or desktop-based 3D-design environment that lets users build virtual models and save them for use in other 3D environments or with 3D printers.