The Sears think at Ohio’s Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) is one of the largest university-based innovation centers in the world. This $35M project is used by about 5,000 visitors per month — including students, alumni, faculty and visitors – many of whom take advantage of the center’s 3D printing capabilities. Stratasys FDM and PolyJet-based 3D printers are available to turn creative designs into practical products – enhancing the educational experience while also satisfying the needs of 21st-century employers. “The 3D printers have helped us broaden the scope of projects coming through our center and provided much-added value for students as they develop their prototypes,…

3D Printed Models Enable Hands-On Training at Jacobs Institute

The Jacobs Institute is leading in vascular health thanks to its clinical expertise and advanced training techniques. Training with 3D printed models that mimic patient anatomy creates an ideal hands-on training environment for a range of applications. Experie…

How 3D Printing Fuels STEAM Education

Science, Technology, Education, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) education has been a focus of development worldwide in recent years. Building upon conventional wisdom about STEM education, new research is inspiring teachers to add an artistic dimension to their m…