The PrintLab Newsfeed

The PrintLab Newsfeed is our central platform for sharing stories from PrintLab and its partners around the world. From 3D printing use cases to product reviews, industry blogs and interviews - our approach is to share our journey and knowledge with everyone.

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What Teachers say about Tinkercad for 3D Printing

Hello Everyone! As most of you know, we're huge fans of Tinkercad and it's our go-to software for our 3D...

Dec 02, 2018

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PrintLab launches 3D Printing Education Initiative in Greece

Hello Everyone! Today we are delighted to announce that our 3D printing curriculum portal, PrintLab Classroom, is now available in...

Nov 26, 2018

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My 3D Printing Journey so Far | by Michael Tang

In today's post we have a guest blog from Michael Tang, teacher at Kameyosek School in Alberta, Canada. Michael was...

Nov 05, 2018

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3D Printing Spinning Tops & Braille Blocks at South Meadow School

Today we are delighted to introduce you to Michelle Brezovec from South Meadow School in New Hampshire (US), who has...

Nov 13, 2018

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Tinkercad & 3D Printing in the STEM Classroom - 10 Example Lesson Ideas

Over the past few years, 3D modelling software has become much more accessible for teachers and students. In the past...

May 08, 2018

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3D Printing in the Classroom | Featuring L.J. Hauser Junior High School

Today we are delighted to introduce you to our newest PrintLab Pioneer - Steven Jones from L.J. Hauser Junior High...

Oct 17, 2018

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Make an Assistive Bottle Open to Support Users with Arthritis - 3D Printing Lesson Plan

Hello Everyone! The first upload to PrintLab Classroom in May is a creative lesson called 'Make an Assistive Bottle Opener'.In this ...

May 11, 2018

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The Making of PrintLab's 'Design a Self-Watering Planter' Lesson Plan

We often get asked about the process in which we create our 3D printing curriculum and today we are delighted...

Sep 17, 2018

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3D Printing in the Classroom | Featuring Haverhill Public Schools

In today's post we are delighted to introduce you to another PrintLab Pioneer - Brian Nagel from Haverhill Public Schools, Massachusetts. Brian runs...

May 14, 2018

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Make a Functional Wrench - 3D Printing Lesson Plan

Hello Everyone! The second upload to PrintLab Classroom in April is a creative lesson called 'Make a Functional Wrench'. Over the past few...

Apr 23, 2018

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Design your own Spinning Top - 3D Printing Lesson Plan

Hello Everyone! The first upload to PrintLab Classroom in April is a creative lesson called 'Design your own Spinning Top'.  During the...

Apr 12, 2018

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3D Printing Whistles at FabLab Manorhamilton

Hello everyone! In a recent initiative, we supported FabLab Manorhamilton in a series of 3D printing workshops for kids aged...

Aug 20, 2018

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PrintLab 3D Printing Curriculum going Global

Today we are delighted to announce that PrintLab Classroom curriculum is going global! The 3D printing lesson portal is now...

Sep 03, 2018

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PrintLab & CREATE Announce Collaboration to Support UK Schools with 3D Printing

Today we are delighted to announce a new collaboration with CREATE Education in the UK. Over the past few years, CREATE...

Apr 16, 2018

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3D Printing at Washington Junior High School

Hello Everyone, As part of our mission to raise awareness for 3D printing in education, we have been working alongside...

Apr 04, 2018

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Make a Personalised Egyptian Obelisk - 3D Printing Lesson Plan

Hello Everyone! The second upload to PrintLab Classroom in March is a creative lesson called 'Make a Personalised Egyptian Obelisk'...

Mar 29, 2018

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