Leo the Maker Prince – how to engage a generation into 3dprinting

Philip Cotton

She now teaches at The University of Pennsylvania and the School of Visual Arts. [link]. My background is education and teaching high school students about 3dprinting. I have often thought to myself, ‘how can we engage even younger children into 3dprinting?’

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3D-Printed Car: More Than Just High-Tech Transportation

Shapeways Blog

The refresh followed similar construction and layout to the first Strati, but differed primarily in contours and shaping of the outer visual layers.”. Presper Eckert in Pennsylvania, according to the University of Rhode Island. Blog post contributed by community member Brian Wilkins .

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Introducing the 3DEXPERIENCE Hackathon at 3DEXPERIENCE World

The Solidworks Blog

His interests are vast: CAD, Simulation, product visualization, virtual reality, and he is looking forward to helping companies enable fully digitized design-to-manufacturing ecosystem. 3D EXPERIENCE For Good stands for harmonizing product, nature and life with a priority on sustainability.

How 3D Printing Fuels STEAM Education

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

As an artist working with technology I have found that the sciences dominate my subject matter,” says Jocelyn Klob-DeWitt, Assistant Professor of Art and Design at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. “My

Designer Spotlight: Guy McCann – 3D Body Jewelry

Shapeways Blog

For fifteen years, he was the director of an electron microscope imaging laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania — where every day they worked to glimpse the 3D structures of nature that were invisible and smaller than the wavelengths of light!

Left brain, meet right brain

3D Perspectives

At the same time, design thinking doesn’t just create efficiencies, but new ideas , says Mathias Kirchmer, managing director of BPM-D, a West Chester, Pennsylvania, consultancy that helps companies increase performance through cross-functional business and information-technology initiatives.

EASTEC: Human Ingenuity. Manufacturing Brilliance

Additive Manufacturing

The visual and hands-on displays allow manufacturers to interact with the latest technology, while meeting with peers and industry experts.