MakerBot Aims To Bring 3D-Printing Into America’s Classrooms

MakerBot Aims To Bring 3D-Printing Into America’s Classrooms
Design

Obama says 3D printers could spark the next industrial revolution.

Ross Brooks
  • 14 november 2013

Even though the real-world applications of 3D printing are still relatively limited, President Barack Obama pegged the technology as the spark that will ignite the next industrial era with a recent comment positing that “3D printing has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything.” This has inspired a unique partnership between MakerBot, DonorsChoose.orgAmerica Makes, and Autodesk, which aims to put a 3D printer in every school across America.

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