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Explore 3D printing.
Find everything from the basics and history of 3D printing to specific applications, case studies and videos.
TAGs - Technical Applications Guides.
Use these step-by-step guides used by Stratasys industry tooling customers are great tools for simulating and solving real-world challenges. Try one!
Student holding 3D printed part.
Do cool projects or enter challenges.
Extreme Redesign Student Competition
This contest asks you, the student, to redesign an existing product to improve how a task is accomplished, or design something entirely new that addresses an unmet need. This is a quest to find the most creative, mechanically sound and realistically achievable design using 3D printing. This year’s Challenge is open until April 21st, 2020.
NASA Regolith Advanced Surface Systems Operations Robot (RASSOR) Bucket Drum Design Challenge
NASA is seeking to challenge the GrabCAD Community by sponsoring an open competition in which participants design a bucket drum for RASSOR that will provide the maximum amount of regolith extraction and retention while remaining free of obstructions during loading and unloading.
Engineering’s Hottest Project “Drones”
Whether or not you have access to a 3D printer, you can use these video project ideas to encourage creativity and sharpen 3D design skills.
Video: Wentworth’s Launch Day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkKd3v3nWD4
Drone Guide & List of Components: https://www.stratasys.com/-/media/files/explore/white-papers/quadcopter-drone/wp_fdm_quadcopter_a4_1216aweb.pdf
Make something that moves something curriculum.
This full semester curriculum goes from A to Z – teaching the basics of additive manufacturing (aka 3D Printing) all the way through designing, testing and printing a complex gear system. Want to learn all about 3D Printing on your own and do some cool projects check it out!
Additional 3D printing project ideas.
Want to explore projects like an organizer, camera accessories, catapult, glider, weight supporting structures, and more!
Student showcasing their 3D printed design and prototype.
Explore and join communities.
A place where engineers and designers from around the world can share their CAD models, learn from one another, and tackle the world’s challenges. With over 4 million members from 196 countries, there is no problem too big, no question too tough and no modeling job too detailed for the GrabCAD Community to tackle. If you haven’t already, create an account and unlock what GrabCAD has to offer.
This MakerBot resource provides thousands of resources and files for 3D printing. It also provides a community where educators can exchange best practices or remix projects.
Collaborate with others.
Want to work collaboratively on a CAD design? Start a group on Workbench.
Groups provide a space to communicate about shared interests and topics about 3D printing and 3D design. Check out and join established groups or create your own.
For any educational requests, suggestions or to submit your designs for a chance to get your project printed email the Stratasys Education Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For any requests specific to helping the education or medical community with COVID-19 related projects please email us at StratasysHelps@stratasys.com