Help your Students Take Their Ideas Further…
Discover Some Cost Effective Techniques for Creating Realistic Prototypes, Molds, Functional Machines & More.
Desktop 3D printing has had a dramatic impact on how students learn. But the value of 3D printing doesn’t necessarily end with the print. With a little extra work, you can create highly realistic prototypes, packaging, molds, and even functional machines – all at a fraction of the cost of traditional manufacturing methods.
By learning and demonstrating post processing techniques, educators are able to help their students achieve professional results. Tune in 12/13 at 2PM EST for a special presentation from MakerBot about how a 3D print can be an aesthetically realistic prototype, a mold for an end-use product, a functional machine or device, and much more.