3D printing education is really taking off these days as the technology complements the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum quite well.
At the 2015 Maker Faire NYC a few months back, I had the opportunity to meet with the founders of M3D, the creators of the M3D Micro 3D printer. At the time, I was able to get a bit of a hands on experience with the printer and came away thoroughly impressed and in agreement with the idea that the M3D Micro could be the first true consumer 3D printer. The guys at M3D were gracious enough to send over a printer for review and I had the opportunity to log a good deal of time with the Micro. And I’m happy to report that I am still very impressed.
Carbon3D is not only forward thinking in terms of its approach to 3D printing, reflected in its ultra-fast CLIP technology unveiled last year. The Silicon Valley startup is also forward thinking when it comes to social progress, announcing the launch of a San Francisco community chapter of the Women in Manufacturing™ (WiM) group. With 500 […]