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3D Printers Becoming More Affordable for High Schools

3D Printers Becoming More Affordable for High Schools

With the help of 3-D printers, students and teachers can create three-dimensional items, such as a prosthetic hand, with ease. 3-D printers are becoming affordable for teachers, and high schools across the country are taking advantage. 

"It's been incredibly motivating for kids because it does allow them to be creative and to think a little bit about some of the math and science behind what's happening," Jeff Bailey, a technology teacher at Mountain Valley High School told

Bailey got his 3-D printer by raising funds through DonorsChoose, while others have accessed other low-cost options. 

Read the full story. Also, don't miss EducationWorld's 3D Printer Buyer's Guide.

Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor


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