Category Archives: Philip Cotton

learnbylayers partners with the National STEM Learning Centre to bring more 3D printing to schools

learnbylayers, a provider of 3D printing educational resources, has partnered with the National STEM Learning Centre based at the University of York in UK. As part of the partnership, the STEM Learning Centre will be running a free two day course this summer on “Using 3D printers creatively in KS3 and KS4,” preparing primary and secondary […]

learnbylayers partners with the National STEM Learning Centre to bring more 3D printing to schools

learnbylayers, a provider of 3D printing educational resources, has partnered with the National STEM Learning Centre based at the University of York in UK. As part of the partnership, the STEM Learning Centre will be running a free two day course this summer on “Using 3D printers creatively in KS3 and KS4,” preparing primary and secondary […]

3D printing news Sliced, NASA, EOS, Kodak and Materialise

Which country celebrated a century of freedom by sending a 3D printed gnome into space? How did one grandfather raise thousands to help his local school buy a 3D printer? How did 3D printing change one rescued dog’s life forever? This edition of 3D printing news sliced features updates from Kodak, Zortrax, Octobre71, Sculpteo, Bhartiya […]

The state of 3D printing in schools, 3D Printing Industry BETT 2018 report

The news is often dominated by 3D printing’s role as a “disruptive” technology and its future in Industry 4.0. Beyond the buzzwords, however, is the reality of an additive manufacturing skills gap, and the need for a future workforce with some 3D printing already under its belt. 3D Printing Industry went to the BETT show […]