Th 3D Printing courses and workshops is first of it's kind in the arena of creativity and computerized manufacturing techniques.
It is designed to enhance the creativity and technical skills of materials, 3D concepts, model designing, computer aided designing, real world objects creation, machines, manufacturing, motor skills, prototyping and new technology adoption.
Courses are aimed for schools, colleges, university students from 6+ to 17 years to advance professional learners from 18+.
3D Printing at your fingertips. Students will be taught to ‘think and solve in 3D’
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The 3D Printing Primary School Program is first of its kind in India, to engage students in an advanced learning process for future careers. It's designed to explore the world of 3D Printing to apply in a variety of disciplines.
Middle School Program offers an Advanced Introduction to 3D printing. Students will be hands on making prototypes. Give students the chance to embark on an adventurous journey of the digital world.
Secondary School / College Level Program offers an Advanced Introduction to 3D Printing and its benefits. Students will explore possibilities in a variety of disciplines. A program designed for students exploring a career in 3D Printing.
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3D Printing has caught the attention of educators who are looking into ways to incorporate it into the classroom
Using 3D Printers in the classroom could mean
Biology students can study
cross-sections of hearts or other organs.
Graphic design students can create prototypes of product designs
Design and Engineering students can make prototypes of their creations.
Chemistry students can print out complex molecules to study.
Architectural students can print new or existing designs.
History classes can print artifacts for closer examination.
Engineering students can print modified car or robot parts.
Geometry students can print out topography, population or demographics of an area.
Food Technology students can design moulds and cookie cutter templates.