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Encouraging the successful adoption of 3D printing
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This three-part series on Making 3D printing in education a reality, looks at various aspects to consider with 3D printing in the classroom. In this, the second article, we look at the key factors in encouraging the successful adoption of 3D printing.
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How DX is driving real change in key industries – Education
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This article takes a closer look at the education industry and how Digital Transformation has already made its mark and what the future may hold.
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Making 3D printing in education a reality
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In this three-part series, we look at various aspects to consider when adopting 3D printing in the classroom.
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3D Printing: Managing secure access
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Using 3D printing in the classroom can be highly beneficial, not just for STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) but also for art, music, design and history. To get the most out of 3D printing, 3D printers need to be accessible, yet access needs to be managed by the school Today most schools lock 3D printers in a room, limited the accessibility.  
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Teaching the Future: Why 3D learning needs to begin in Education
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The use of 3D printing to support teaching in education is already well recognized, but it is easy to overlook the necessity of teaching the next generation how to use this key technology now.  
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Part 12: 3D printing - Our top 3 tips for Education
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In this blog series, many topics were introduced as considerations for bringing 3D printing into the classroom. All the topics are important and each school has their own priorities. However, as this 12-part series draws to a close, here we summarize and combine the topics as top tips and provide links to where you can read more.
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Part 11: Expanding your 3D print environment
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When introducing 3D printing, many schools and universities introduce just one or two printers, largely driven by budget restrictions. Phasing the introduction of 3D printing is a good approach as it allows you to monitor how students and faculty staff interact with the new technology, to test it and plan your expansion accordingly. However, soon enough more printers are needed as the student and faculty usage requires it. Here are five considerations when developing your 3D printing expansion plan.
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