3D Printing: From Classroom Applications to the International Space Station

Moderated by Kevin Hogan, eSchool News, Editor-at-Large

     
Date: Wednesday, May 14th
Time: 2:00 pm EST / 11:00 am PST

 

In the technological world that we live in, we have many choices when it comes to the equipment that we can use to complete a task. As teachers of technology, we must consider all our options. 3D printing, particularly, is becoming more and more mainstream.

View this webinar to learn how 3D printing has become an integral part of the NASA HUNCH (High Schools United with NASA to Create Hardware) Program which allows students to develop an experiment for testing on the ISS (International Space Station) using a Dimension 3D printer from Stratasys.

 

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Webinar attendees will:

  • Discover potential applications for 3D printed parts
  • Learn how additive manufacturing engages students and improves learning in the classroom
  • See 3D printed parts on the International Space Station (ISS)

 

If you are unable to make the scheduled time, we encourage you to register anyway to receive the full archived recording following the live event.

 

 

Meet Your Speakers
Matthew Brown

Warren Tech/Lakewood High School
S2TEM Instructor
NASA HUNCH Advisor

 

 

Jesse Roitenberg 

Educational Program Manager
Stratasys 3D Printers & Production Systems

 

 

 

 


 

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