In an incredibly fascinating approach to any type of education, but centering around one that’s already popular with kids of all ages, older students practice what they call a ‘cascading approach.’ They learn about 3D printing comprehensively first by building out their own Printrbot 3D printers. Obviously, there’s no better way to learn than by actually making their own machines. After that, they learn to use and control the Printrbots with Simplify3D Software.
read more on: http://3dprint.com/105394/oakwood-school-3d-printing/
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