Written by Tess via 3ders.org
Just a week ago, 3D printing company Stratasys announced it was introducing a series of educational modules aimed at teaching students and educators the ins and outs of 3D printing technology. The promotion of STEM education through 3D printing tutorials has evidently caught on, as another major player in the 3D printing industry, Dremel, has officially launched its own 3D printing ecosystem, Dremel Dreams, to easily and comprehensively integrate additive manufacturing technologies into the classroom.
The Dremel Dreams program includes ten curriculum-based lesson plans, corresponding 3D model kits, and a Dremel 3D Idea Builder printer, which was specifically designed for safe use in the classroom. Each of the lesson plans was developed in collaboration with curriculum experts at Florida State University to fit as seamlessly as possible into already existing school programs.