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MakerBot

MakerBot 3D Printing is changing the way we create and learn. These printers are affordable, personal fabrication tools, compact enough to sit on any desktop, and allow anyone at any skill level to become producers, inventors and artists. MakerBot Operators produce physical objects from strands of melted plastic filament, an activity described colloquially as MakerBotting.

With MakerBots, students participate in project-based learning that is experiential in nature and has real-world applications.The process of designing, inventing and fabricating exposes students to various career paths such as industrial design and engineering, and allows them to directly engage with the tools used in those fields.

NextEngine

The NextEngine 3D Scanner captures full-color objects using multi-laser precision. After an object is scanned, designers can transfer the scanned object to various formats, including: STL, OBJ, VRML, and XYZ. Scanned models can also be exported to various design software.

Solidscape

Designers can use Solidscape 3D printers to create lost wax investment casting and mold making applications, such as fine jewelry, dental restorations, turbine blades, biomedical products, orthopedics, electronics, and many other high-precision products. Solidscape printers allow designers the flexibility to create prototypes with a high level of geometrical intricacy, surface finish, and castability.

Stratasys 3D Printing

Dimension 3D Printers

Dimension lets you bring 3D printing in-house and literally bring design ideas to life in ABS - right from your desktop. It is an invaluable tool that can give you more control throughout the design process. Now you can readily test form, fit and function and as many design iterations as you like - with functional ABS parts.

Fortus

Fortus 3D Production Systems allow for the flexibility to produce thermoplastic parts with the strength, resilience, precision, and functionality of traditionally manufactured parts without machining or tooling.

MakerBot

MakerBot 3D Printing is changing the way we create and learn. These printers are affordable, personal fabrication tools, compact enough to sit on any desktop, and allow anyone at any skill level to become producers, inventors and artists. MakerBot Operators produce physical objects from strands of melted plastic filament, an activity described colloquially as MakerBotting.

With MakerBots, students participate in project-based learning that is experiential in nature and has real-world applications.The process of designing, inventing and fabricating exposes students to various career paths such as industrial design and engineering, and allows them to directly engage with the tools used in those fields.

Mojo

The Mojo 3D Printer allows designers to create real-world concept models, rapid prototypes, and product mockups and immediately check them for design flaws. Mojo 3D Printers use ABSplus thermoplastic to generate models that stand up to testing in their intended environment.

Objet

Objet is a business unit of Stratasys Ltd., a leading manufacturer of 3D printing. Objet Design Series 3D Printers are most often used by design engineers who are tasked with testing a product’s design.

uPrint™ SE

The uPrint SE Personal 3D Printer turns your ideas into durable ABSplus plastic models you can hold, discuss and test.

uPrint™ SE Plus

The uPrint SE Plus personal 3D printer gives you a 33% larger build envelope than the original uPrint printer, but in the same 25" by 26" footprint.

Upcoming Events

Kentucky ACTE Summer Program
Louisville, Kentucky
Sunday, Jul. 23, 2017 - Wednesday, Jul. 26, 2017


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Monday, Jul. 24, 2017 - Thursday, Jul. 27, 2017


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Hot Springs, Arkansas
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