Educational 3D Printing Company Releases Toolbox of 3D Printing Tips and Tricks for Educators


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MyStemKits.com provides a 30-day blog series addressing common 3D printing questions and providing useful tips, from selecting the right printer to where to find grants.

30 tips, tricks and resources for those 3D printing in an Education environment.

30 tips, tricks and resources for those 3D printing in an Education environment.

ATLANTANov. 7, 2016PRLog — Educational startup MyStemKits.com, known for their library of over 110 vetted Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) 3D models, has decided to make 3D printing even more accessible to educators. Throughout the month of November, they’re releasing a blog post a day highlighting tips, tricks, and resources for educators to use when integrating 3D printing into their classroom, library, or STEM camp. Only one week into their 30 Days of 3D Printing series, they’ve featured posts on choosing the right 3D printer, how to get grants to fund 3D printing in schools, setting up your slicer settings, and even provided educators with the background on the software and techniques to do their own 3D modeling.

This comes in conjunction with their new pricing models released earlier this month, which open their resources to individual consumers rather than entire schools or school districts. MyStemKits.com offers the most-comprehensive subscription library of curriculum-backed educational models on the market. Anyone can purchase a subscription to their website and access these models through their streaming service. Simply choose a kit, click “print,” and the model streams to a connected 3D printer. This brings manufacturing directly into schools and gives 3D printers an undeniable purpose in schools. Backed with vetted, standards-aligned curriculum written by a team of teachers and content-area experts based out of the Florida Center for Research in S.T.E.M., these kits create an end-to end solution for teachers.

The kits and curriculum are developed concurrently and each goes through an extensive vetting, testing, and piloting process to ensure the highest quality product is released. Additionally, each 3D model is designed specifically for 3D printing and has been prepared for printing on any of the over 75 types of 3D printers compatible with their system. The MyStemKits.com website has created designated print settings for each object for each type of printer so that users don’t need to have a background in 3D printing to get a well-printed model, but still provides users the ability to dictate their own print settings and even scale the objects prior to printing.

Their new Consumer Subscriptions range from $240.00 per year to $1500.00 per year depending on the quantity of kits desired or schools can opt for the Unlimited Enterprise Subscription which offers unlimited access to their full library of K-12 kits with no limits on users or prints. To learn more about their various subscriptions, visit http://www.mystemkits.com/index.php?route=account/prequote.

To check out their 30 Days of 3D Printing Blog, visit http://www.mystemkits.com/index.php?route=pavblog/categor… .

For more information, you can go to mystemkits.com and check out their social media sites.

MyStemKits.com provides a 30-day blog series addressing common 3D printing questions and providing useful tips, from selecting the right printer to where to find grants.

30 tips, tricks and resources for those 3D printing in an Education environment.

30 tips, tricks and resources for those 3D printing in an Education environment.

ATLANTANov. 7, 2016PRLog — Educational startup MyStemKits.com, known for their library of over 110 vetted Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) 3D models, has decided to make 3D printing even more accessible to educators. Throughout the month of November, they’re releasing a blog post a day highlighting tips, tricks, and resources for educators to use when integrating 3D printing into their classroom, library, or STEM camp. Only one week into their 30 Days of 3D Printing series, they’ve featured posts on choosing the right 3D printer, how to get grants to fund 3D printing in schools, setting up your slicer settings, and even provided educators with the background on the software and techniques to do their own 3D modeling.

This comes in conjunction with their new pricing models released earlier this month, which open their resources to individual consumers rather than entire schools or school districts. MyStemKits.com offers the most-comprehensive subscription library of curriculum-backed educational models on the market. Anyone can purchase a subscription to their website and access these models through their streaming service. Simply choose a kit, click “print,” and the model streams to a connected 3D printer. This brings manufacturing directly into schools and gives 3D printers an undeniable purpose in schools. Backed with vetted, standards-aligned curriculum written by a team of teachers and content-area experts based out of the Florida Center for Research in S.T.E.M., these kits create an end-to end solution for teachers.

The kits and curriculum are developed concurrently and each goes through an extensive vetting, testing, and piloting process to ensure the highest quality product is released. Additionally, each 3D model is designed specifically for 3D printing and has been prepared for printing on any of the over 75 types of 3D printers compatible with their system. The MyStemKits.com website has created designated print settings for each object for each type of printer so that users don’t need to have a background in 3D printing to get a well-printed model, but still provides users the ability to dictate their own print settings and even scale the objects prior to printing.

Their new Consumer Subscriptions range from $240.00 per year to $1500.00 per year depending on the quantity of kits desired or schools can opt for the Unlimited Enterprise Subscription which offers unlimited access to their full library of K-12 kits with no limits on users or prints. To learn more about their various subscriptions, visit http://www.mystemkits.com/index.php?route=account/prequote.

To check out their 30 Days of 3D Printing Blog, visit http://www.mystemkits.com/index.php?route=pavblog/categor… .

For more information, you can go to mystemkits.com and check out their social media sites.

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