There is the perception that CAD design is difficult. This is grossly untrue.
The Department of Educationâ€™s Curriculum Services will be supported by ACARAâ€™s National Technologies Curriculum Advisory Writer and Professional Associations including: Home Economics Institute of Australia (HEIA) Design and Technology Teachers Association (DATTA) Tasmanian Society for Information Technology in Education (TASITE) Network of Education Association of Tasmania (NEAT)
Thanks to everyone who visited us at Edutech. We hope that you enjoyed the conference and it was fantastic to hear how 3D printers are changing the
An exciting opportunity for Design and Technology Teachers and Teacher Aides to come along to see a demonstration of a 3D Printer in action and to find out how these machines can be utilised in a number of Design and Technology subjects. When:Â Â Â Friday 14th June 2013 Where:Â Â Wynyard High School Presented by:Â Anthony Crawford (DATTA Tas) Time:Â Â StartÂ 3.30pmÂ Â FinishÂ 5.00pm Â Light refreshments will be served. RSVP: Please...
With your help 3D Printing will be coming to a schools around Australia Maker Machine is a mobile makerspace that brings 21st century tools such as 3D printers and robotics to schools and clubs throughout Australia.
3D Teacher is an Australian educator; using an UP Mini, he shows all the steps to create your very first 3D design and then how to print it. Creating a simple model in SketchUp, exporting to STL format, then printing on the Up! Mini 3D printer. Be sure to ‘like’ his video on Youtube and show us what you can create!
The New Zealand education curriculum is expanding. Next year students will have theÂ opportunityÂ to use the most talked aboutÂ manufacturingÂ techniquesÂ andÂ machinesÂ in 2013. Yes, you guessed it, 3D printers will now beÂ incorporatedÂ into K-12 education! The new curriculumÂ standard 91622 will give students the chance to design a Chess piece that will need to be made on a 3D printer. It will be the start of a fully customized world where...
Originally posted on:Â engadget Featuring four towering limestone columns and classic Flemish-bond brickwork, the century-old Mackay School of Mines Building at the University of Nevada, Reno, has long served as a bastion of Silver State history. Named after Irish immigrant and “Comstock Lode King” John Mackay, notable touches such as a cast bronze statue designed by Mount Rushmore sculptor Gutzon Borglum just outside the building helped...