3D Printing Education

3D printers, a privilege for a better future!

3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The 3D printers have been around for 30 years. But have caught the attention of the educators in the recent past who have been constantly looking for innovative ways of teaching. From engaging reluctant learners to creating digital citizens, they are now looking for ways to incorporate these printers into classrooms. Students from various platforms such as Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Architecture, Engineering and Cooking can take the help of 3D printing technology to incorporate their ideas related to the subjects. It’s a matter of bringing objects out of the computer screen and into the hands of students for exploration and analysis that can benefit from physical manipulation. Technolexis, an established company in 3D technology is aiming to bring this revolutionary technology to classrooms. Not to mention the growth students will have in their spacial reasoning skills and 2D to 3D conversion understanding, thereby giving them the chance to experience their ideas coming to life.


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The contemporary way of teaching is what schools these days are all about, most of the schools are working towards igniting innovation into their curriculum so students get to experience the best. They are about the experimental ways in which kids can not just imagine; but also bring that imagination to reality. This is where 3D printing comes into the picture. This helps in integrating with the subjects and gives it that enhancement the subject needs, to be understood in a more pragmatic way. It aims at transforming the classrooms by making students aware of this pioneering technology. We want to dispel the myths that 3D printing is simply a luxury item and show you why your school needs this technology. The education imparted in schools has been prosaic for long now. The kids need to be given the freedom to explore their ideas substantially so they can understand its practicability on their own. In countries like India, 3D printing is a virtue that can revolutionize the technological flair and ingenious spirit of the students, who are undeniably the country’s future. It high time we stop following the modus operandi and start trying new methods of experiential learning, so kids can have a fun and innovative learning experience.


The young adults these days, have the need to experiment with ideas to shape their plans into practicality. More than just a toy for engineers, 3D printing is beginning to move from experimental tech to multi-disciplinary learning tool. For example, a college student in University of Texas at Austin, walks up to a 3D printing machine, slides her student ID card, plugs in a USB drive, specifies the right file, chooses a color and starts the production process. When her object is printed, the machine shoves it into a tray and sends her a text message that it's ready for pickup — practically like using an ordinary vending machine. The simplicity of generating ideas into sculptured reality is what 3D printing is all about. It can create things with cells that are nothing more than computer software. Since 3D printers creates products from absolutely anything (plastic as of now), it would be a boon to recycling. 3D printing is by far one of the most interesting and happening technological advancements seen in almost a decade. This practically gives the students the power to showcase their creativity in the best way possible. Students with an ingenious passion and creative foundation, with the help of 3D technology, can prove to be a great asset for our country.

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