Ultimaker Education

Ultimaker Education

We’re committed to helping educators integrate 3D printing into their K-12 classrooms, college courses, makerspaces, and libraries.

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Wrench Engineering<small class="copy-meta">Written by &bull; Rob Morrill St. Matthew’s Episcopal Day School</small>

Wrench EngineeringWritten by • Rob Morrill St. Matthew’s Episcopal Day School

Inspired by NASA printed in space wrench, Pioneer Rob Morrill gave his fifth graders a design challe... Read more

A 3D printing unit inspired by toys created by Lenape Native Americans<small class="copy-meta">Written by &bull; Luigi Cicala The Brearley School</small>

A 3D printing unit inspired by toys created by Lenape Native AmericansWritten by • Luigi Cicala The Brearley School

Pioneer Luigi Cicala creates a "maker" unit to enhance the second graders' exploration into the Lena... Read more

Tricks for telling if your 3D print is good enough for your bike<small class="copy-meta">Written by &bull; Professor Joshua Pearce Aalto University/ Michigan Tech University</small>

Tricks for telling if your 3D print is good enough for your bikeWritten by • Professor Joshua Pearce Aalto University/ Michigan Tech University

Professor Joshua Pearce writes about how you can use your 3D printer to create functional replacemen... Read more

Student response to 3D printing<small class="copy-meta">Written by &bull; Dr. Toni Szymanski Western Kentucky University</small>

Student response to 3D printingWritten by • Dr. Toni Szymanski Western Kentucky University

Pioneer Dr. Toni Szymanski writes about how teaching with 3D printing can make a big difference. I... Read more

Integrating 3D printing and The Goblet Project<small class="copy-meta">Written by &bull; Christopher Hanusa Queens College of the City University of New York</small>

Integrating 3D printing and The Goblet ProjectWritten by • Christopher Hanusa Queens College of the City University of New York

Pioneer Chris Hanusa shares one way he integrated 3D printing into his Integral Calculus class. In... Read more

Last summer's 3D printing adventures<small class="copy-meta">Written by &bull; Christopher Sweeney Charter High School of Architecture and Design</small>

Last summer's 3D printing adventuresWritten by • Christopher Sweeney Charter High School of Architecture and Design

Teaching never stops. Pioneer Christopher Sweeney writes about last summer and his 3D printing teach... Read more

3D printers in the public library: Finland ahead of the curve<small class="copy-meta">Written by &bull; Joshua Pearce Aalto University/ Michigan Tech University</small>

3D printers in the public library: Finland ahead of the curveWritten by • Joshua Pearce Aalto University/ Michigan Tech University

You might already be familiar with Finland's reputation for providing high-quality education, but do... Read more

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