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John Evans

Tinkercad Tutorial - 5 Easy Steps for Beginners | All3DP - 0 views

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    "In this Tinkercad tutorial for beginners, we will show you in just five easy steps how to create 3D models in Tinkercad. You can do it!

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John Evans

Scribbler DUO: The World's First Dual-Nozzle 3D Printing Pen by Scribbler 3D Pen - Kick... - 0 views

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    "Our Dual-Nozzle Scribbler 3D Pen takes it to another level! With multiple new functions to help take your creativity to the moon."
John Evans

Announcing the SketchUp for Schools beta | SketchUp Blog - 1 views

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    "At SketchUp, we believe every student should have access to intuitive 3D modeling tools that enable creative expression and skill development from a young age. That's why we are so excited to introduce SketchUp for Schools: SketchUp in the web for any primary and secondary school signed up with Google's G Suite for Education.

    Oh! And did we mention it's free!?"
Phil Taylor

Microsoft Paint 3D Advert #1 - YouTube - 0 views

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    Part of the Window's 10 update coming out next week
John Evans

Best 3D Pen 2017 - Buyer's Guide to 95 3D Pens incl. 3Doodler | All3DP - 3 views

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    "As of today, there are 95(!) 3D pens on the market. Read our comprehensive guide to find the best 3D pen for kids, hobbyists, and artists.

    3D pens are fun, whether you're a kid, a hobbyist or an artist - they can enhance your creativity and help you get a better understanding of three-dimensional objects."
John Evans

New MakerBot Educators Program for 3D Printing Teachers - Class Tech Tips - 2 views

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    "Last year I had the chance to try out a 3D printer for the first time. I chronicled my journey in a few posts including how easy it was to get started and how I was able to print a virtual reality headset. The team at MakerBot has just announced the brand new MakerBot Educators program. This program is designed to bring together teachers who are passionate about using 3D printing in their classrooms. The goal is to create a community of educators who share their experiences and best practices using innovative technology with students.
    MakerBot has already set up Thingiverse Education as a collection of 3D printing lesson plans for teachers. So it is no surprise that they've created a space for educators from lots of different backgrounds to share the way 3D printing has changed the way teaching and learning happens in their school. I love when companies create special spaces for educators to show off their accomplishments and share their expertise with other teachers."
John Evans

5 Ways To Supercharge Your 3D Printing Program | TeachThought - 2 views

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    "If a school were to spend thousands of dollars on a class set of laptops, yet only use them for printing documents of random words or clipart designed by someone else, no one in their right mind would conclude that this technology was being used to its fullest extent. Yet, many schools are not prepared to hold their 3D printing programs to the same educational standards. At Brookwood School in Manchester-By-The-Sea, MA, when our first 3D printing project in 2013 resulted in a functional prosthetic for my son, it quickly became clear that these machines held the potential for some pretty transformative educational experiences, and set us on a path to getting the most out of this new technology. Below are some recommendations regarding how to "supercharge your 3D printing program":"
John Evans

Unity 3D Video Tutorials | 100% Free | Unity3D Student | The Best Way to Learn Video Ga... - 1 views

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    "Unity 3D Student is a new way to learn game development with the Unity Game Engine. By following 'bitesize' tutorial Modules, and combining them in our Challenges, you will learn all the skills you need to pickup game development and also get an understanding of how to research further info as you work."
John Evans

Microsoft's new Paint 3D app will let you 3D print your Minecraft creations - The Verge - 4 views

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    "At an event in New York City today, Microsoft unveiled a radically updated version of its ubiquitous Paint app for Windows 10, one that lets users build three-dimensional creations. And it turns out that the new tool will be especially useful for Minecraft players. According to Microsoft, players will not only be able to export their in-game creations to the new Paint 3D tool, but then 3D print them from the app, so you can have a real live version of your previously digital creation. There are already a few third-party options that offer similar services, of course, but given the tight integration between Minecraft and Paint 3D, this should be the most streamlined way yet."
John Evans

3D Glasses & Books - MakerSpace Ideas - LibGuides at Chesterfield County Public Schools - 1 views

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    "Your two eyes each see an image and your brain takes these two images and creates one image in your mind.  The eye with the red lens filter only sees the blue lines and the eye with the blue lens filter only sees the red lines. When your brain puts the two different images together in your mind it creates a 3-D image.  "
John Evans

How To Get Your Kid Into 3D Printing Without A 3D Printer | Fatherly - 1 views

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    "You thought that by now your kid would just be popping out toys, books, and maybe the occasional missing LEGO piece from a personal 3D printer. Patience. While these devices not as ubiquitous as your old HP Deskjet, they are finding their way to a makerspace, public library, and science center near you.

    And, because of that fact, Sarah O'Rourke, the product marketing manager at Autodesk, is trying to take your kid's interests and figure out how to make cool stuff they'll love IRL (like a Pokemon Go aimer). Here are few ways she gets her young design students to transition from fabricating in Play-Doh to constructing in plastic."
John Evans

6 3D Printing Lesson Plans from MakerBot's Thingiverse - Class Tech Tips - 1 views

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    "Have you thought about 3D printing with students? MakerBot's Thingiverse is best known as a 3D design sharing website. It also has STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) 3D printing lesson plans for educators across the world to use in their classrooms.

    MakerBot's Learning Team has been curating and sharing some of the best lesson plans. They include step-by-step instructions, photos, 3D design files, activity sheets and more. All of these 3D printing lesson plans are designed to keep students motivated and learning new STEAM skills."
John Evans

3D Printed Robots You Can Print, Build or Buy | All3DP - 2 views

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    "Robots! We just love them: 3D printing and robots are a match made in mechanical heaven. So, we've made a short list on the best 3D printed robot projects you can find out there. This list is divided into two parts."
Nik Peachey

Q & A with Edorble CEO Gabe Baker | PeacheyPublications.com - 0 views

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    Q & A with Edorble CEO Gabe Baker https://t.co/jtkB8K9hFQ #vr #elt #edtech #esl #k12 #3d #vle #mooc #edreform https://t.co/eghMHifOQb
John Evans

Top 5 3D Printing Tools to Get the Best Prints! | - 1 views

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    "What are the best 3D printing tools to help you get the best quality prints? Pinshape guest writer Brett Turnage is here to share his top 5 tools and why they make his life easier and print quality better! "
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