MakerBot Innovation Center is a popular, large-scale option for universities that want to offer students wider access to 3D printing to teach ideation, problem solving, and iteration. On a K-12 level, however, most schools have traditionally purchased individual 3D printers to explore what’s possible and teach real-world problem-solving. As more and more schools across the U.S. embrace 3D printing and its benefits, administrators and teachers must find an effective way to make the technology accessible to more students. Mount Olive High School (MOHS) in New Jersey first received a MakerBot Replicator 2X as a donation from the Josh and Judy Weston Family Foundation in
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