3D Printing – Cartridge or Generic?

When working with participants in STEMulate Learning workshops and the SOLID Learning educational program, I personally find it very hard to suggest that teachers select cartridge-based 3D printers because budgets for new tech in public schools can be so tight. … Continue reading

Sharing Concepts through 3D Printing

3D Printing has been used for rapid prototyping designs like the outer shell for recent XBox One desigs, but some vendors are offering their latest concept designs for public review and in order to build interest in new concept products. … Continue reading

3D Printing for Kids at Exhibits

As I am layout out examples to use in my upcoming book, 3D Printing for Dummies, I realized that many of our lessons learned from STEMulate Learning/SOLID Learning workshops might be useful for readers interested in setting up their own … Continue reading

RepRap in 3D Printing for Dummies

In my upcoming book, “3D Printing for Dummies,” I will be examining the potential for additive manufacturing (also called 3D printing) and direct digital manufacturing as well as its potential to disrupt traditional mass manufacturing production lines. In looking at … Continue reading