3Dexter - Among Top 3D Printing Companies in India
3D Printing has the potential to revolutionise the way we create physical objects. The technology is making headway into a number of industries and is the future of prototyping. 3Dexter envisions this technology to be at the core of higher education and an enabler of innovation. We at 3Dexter undertake the responsibility to assist educational institutions to develop 3D Modelling and Printing as a skill in young minds through curriculum-based setup.
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With the introduction of 3Dexter in our school children got an opportunity to learn about a new and transforming technology which is going to shape the future. They were able to experience everything they were learning in their classrooms and hence apply those concepts in a much better way in their regular studies. These mini factories bring innovation at the center of the education."
From Principal, Himalaya School, Rohini
3Dexter gave an opportunity to our students to actually innovate at the grassroot level, enabling a curiosity driven process in our students where through monthly and quarterly projects they are able to solve real life problems."
From Principal, The Maurya School, Gurgaon
3D PRINTING EDUCATION IN INDIA
3D printing is the crusade of technology in recent times. We live in an era of technological evolution, where every step we take brings us closer to the future. The students of our nation represent that future and hold enormous potential for developing it. 3D printing holds immense use in the educational sector. It is in fact, the most favorable choice for smart curriculum in educational spheres. Scientifically proven to enhance creativity and original development skills, 3D printing in education is a venture that not only interests students but also educates them. The ability to print a 3-D object may sound like science fiction, but it has been around in some form since the 1980s. Also called rapid prototyping or additive manufacturing, the idea is to take a design from a computer file and forge it into an object, often in flat cross-sections that can be assembled into a larger whole. While an ordinary printer uses ink on paper, these printers usually take powder or plastic that they mold into thin layers of material. This can be a very easy yet innovative method for students to give life to their dreams, to create them in real form. Subjects like History, Geography, Science, Art or Computers can all be made interesting using 3D printed models, artifacts and prototypes.No longer would they restrict their imagination within 2 dimensional sheets of paper. Education is all about learning and empowering, and what better way could we have for that other than 3D printing education in India?
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- October 29, 2018
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It was the 1980s when Charles Hull first introduced 3D printing as he addressed the technology as way ahead of its time. Well, times have changed now, this isn’t the...[read more]