The use of 3D printers in education has been one of Fusion3’s biggest growth areas. What started with sales to university researchers has blossomed into a wife variety of use cases.
At the university level, we’re seeing college / university libraries embracing 3D printing with the creation of student makerspaces.
Community Colleges and Tech Schools see 3D CAD/CAM design and 3D printing as new skills for students
3D printing is now becoming valuable at the Elementary, Middle and High School Level and having a printer that’s durable and able to operate for thousands of hours is key for school applications.
Catawba County (North Carolina) Library recently purchased our F306 printer with a custom plexiglass enclosure as part of their TechConnect space, an open makerspace for all the students and members of their community.
Take a read from the Charlotte Observer about the great services they’re providing to their county with the help of the F306 3D printer.