3D printing has exceptional uses in a large number of sectors, but the most innovative and revolutionary use is in the field of education. And 3Dexter is one company that has been successful in implementing that. 3Dexter is a company which has set up a school curriculum to develop 3D modeling and printing as a skill in young minds.3Dexter envisions this technology to be at the core of higher education and an enabler of innovation.The main agenda of this company revolves around the objective of “Adding Dimensions to Learning”. Kids are exposed to real life projects and this technology will boost their critical thinking, creativity and approach to problem solving techniques.
can for this new 3D printing technology. Hyderabad being such a promising market when it comes to collaborating technology with education is now ready to incorporate 3D printing into their schools.To make the schools aware about this revolutionary technology, 3Dexter has started a campaign in which free workshops are conducted and students are oriented with 3D printers, 3D pens and even 3D scanners.Once the school welcomes 3Dexter on board, the first step 3Dexter takes is upgrading their old computer labs into high-tech 3D design labs. And soon after setup phase is done,teachers that are specially trained in 3D printing are deployed to start their teaching sessions.
Except this, the weekly competition of 3D printing (i.e Dexter Designing League) which has been a huge success in Delhi will also be initiated in Hyderabad for schools that enroll with 3Dexter. Bringing 3D printing in Hyderabad can change the way subjects are being taught in schools. Students can experience anything their imagination wants them to.
Getting the students involved with 3D printing in their subjects at a young age could nurture their interest and spawn the next generation of engineers and makers, which will give them a future and solve a major problem for the world at large.In a nutshell, 3D Printing in Hyderabad has a lot of potential and with the passage of time its going to cover majority schools in Hyderabad.