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Part 5: Creating the right physical environment for 3DP in Education

YSoft be3D
Daniel Koren
Product Sales Specialist
In this article we present considerations for the actual physical environment for your 3D printers.
 

 
This handy, downloadable graphic covers:
  • The printer itself and the safety requirements for student use
  • A 3D printing lab where students in classroom and outside of classroom time can access 3D printers
  • The number of printers needed for your school
  • The ecosystem for 3D printing which includes software for creating 3D models, guides and templates as well as a library of resources and space for students to share with each other

 Download the Creating the Right Physical Environment for 3D Printing in Education graphic. (PDF)



Learn more about 3D printing in Education



Introducing 3D Printing into the Classroom is a series of articles designed to help educators and IT administrators in education understand 3D printing, how 3D printing can enhance the learning experience and the considerations about the 3D printing ecosystem. Understanding the 3D printing process, how the solution fits into the classroom and how costs, access and usage can be managed are elements of a successful 3D Printing Program.
 
Part 4: Building a business case for a 3D printer
Part 3: How much does 3D printing cost?
Part 2: How do you know if you need a 3D printer for your classroom?
Part 1: What is 3D printing and what are the benefits for education?
Daniel Koren
Daniel Koren
Daniel is Product Sales Specialist for Y Soft's 3D printing solutions based in Prague, Czech Republic. As an avid EdTech enthusiast he spends most of his time helping educators embracing new technologies in education.
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