• Stratasys’ first sustainability report. Championing 3D printing climate action, social impact, commitment to 'Mindful Manufacturing'.

    Stratasys, a leader in polymer 3D printing solutions, has published its inaugural report on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) activities, following GRI (“Global Reporting Initiative”) Standards for sustainability reporting. The comprehensive report outlines the company’s commitment to ESG and establishes benchmarks for future targets. In 2021, leveraging 30+ years of…

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  • Thinking Huts 3D printed school

    Thinking Huts, a charitable startup founded by an innovative young mind, Maggie Grout, is seeking to use 3D printing to make education more accessible in Madagascar. Specifically, the organization is developing plans for a 3D printed school in the African nation, where 60% of primary-school-aged children are not enrolled. Eventually,…

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  • MakerBot Google integration

    Stratasys-owned 3D printer company MakerBot has joined the Google for Education Integrated Solutions Initiative with the aim of facilitating the use of 3D printing for both teachers and students. As a member in the Google-led initiative, the company is integrating its MakerBot Cloud platform – a print preparation and management…

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  • Remember the 3D printed Lamborghini story? So much has happened since, including Lamborghini swapping it for a real one and… a pandemic. However, Sterling Backus never stopped working on the project (actually can you think of anything better to do during a lockdown?) and now he’s taking the beast –…

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  • MakerBot SKETCH Classroom

    3D printer manufacturer MakerBot has announced the launch of MakerBot SKETCH Classroom, a new 3D printing solution designed to facilitate 3D printing in schools. SKETCH Classroom comprises 3D printing hardware and licenses, as well as MakerBot’s extensive education ecosystem. Bringing 3D printing into the classroom is not quite as simple…

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  • Children's book coding STEM

    Children today are growing up in a much more tech-oriented world than past generations. Broadly, this will mean that people will become technologically literate from a much younger age, which could pave the way for continuing waves of digital innovations. Of course, a big part of engaging kids in tech…

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  • PrintLab Dutch curriculum

    UK-based 3D printing education company PrintLab has further expanded its AM-focused curriculum offering by introducing a Dutch-language version of its classroom learning platform. The Dutch version, created in collaboration with Dutch 3D Technology and Education supplier De Rekenwinkel, is the fourth language edition of the curriculum, following English, Greek and…

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  • RoboRAVE robot SIgma Labs

    Every year, RoboRAVE International brings together students and teachers from all over the world to learn how to design, build and program robots. One of the event’s most exciting elements is the SumoBot competition, which pits student-made robots against one another in the ring—a sort of BattleBots for kids. This…

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  • Robotics Institute STEM girls

    If additive manufacturing is going to play a critical role in the future of industry, then education surrounding the process is more than important: it is essential for the proliferation and advancement of the technology, on all fronts. The Germany-based Robotics Institute is one of many educational initiatives that is…

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  • MakerBot Innovation Center St John's

    3D printing company MakerBot and St. John’s University in New York City have opened a new MakerBot Innovation Center, marking the second center of its kind in the state of New York. The facility offers students the resources and equipment needed to design, create and innovate with 3D printing. The…

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