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Create realistic models based on patient scans by converting DICOM data into 3D printable files. Educators and researchers can recreate the complexity of any disease, abnormal anatomy or variation that might occur in real patients. Models can be 3D printed onsite or sent to a service bureau.
If your students already know Photoshop, it’s a great place to start 3D printing. This guide contains tips on when and how 3D printing can be useful for artists and designers, plus step-by-step instructions.
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Whether or not your students have access to a 3D printer, you can use these video project ideas to encourage creativity and sharpen students’ 3D design skills. For a more exciting challenge, make it a friendly competition.
Get a jump start on adding 3D printing technology to your classroom.
In a collaboration between MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab and Stratasys education and R&D departments, a new process called 4D printing is being developed.
This solution brief explores 3D printing solutions that prepares students for the technical workforce and highlights schools that are using the technology.
Access everything you need to teach a dynamic course in 3D printing.
Avoid common mistakes and increase productivity with this guide on optimizing your STL files. Topics include creating watertight models and editing at the STL stage without reverting to CAD.