Enhancing STEM Education using 3D printers

May 02, 2016

Enhancing STEM Education using 3D printers

3D printer company Weistek is about to launch its STEM-ready, kid-friendly MiniToy 3D Printer, at a price as low as $249 and China is looking to buy. In an attempt to further their already dominate role in STEM fields, China is looking to have a child safe 3D printer in everyone of its 400,000 elementary schools across the country. The MiniToy 3D printer was created with child use in mind and was designed to make sure any dangerous parts that could cut or burn a child were hidden away and unreachable by tiny kid fingers. 3D printing is become an amazing educational tool that can be applied applied to many educational subjects to keep children engaged in the classroom. 

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