Stimulate Hand-on Creativity via 3D Printing
Source: The Guardian, Jun 2012
Hobbyists are already using 3D printing to make visually stunning guitars.
As 3D printers get cheaper, we will procure one to allow students to stimulate their creativity by designing and printing unique 3D designs. Forbes has a slideshow of 3D printed products HERE.
A group of MIT Media Lab graduates formed a startup (FormLabs), and are planning to release a $3,000 3D printer. which we will procure for the school. Students can nurture their creativity by creating their own 3D designs, which they can then print (subject to printer limitations).
The James Bond movie “Skyfall” used a 3D printed model of the DB5
Daily Mail, Nov 2012
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