3D printing for STEAM

Wednesday, 29 April, 2020

3D printing for STEAM

Enterprise workflow solutions provider Y Soft Corporation has announced an education bundle designed to save schools money by combining 2D print management needs with new generation 3D printing technology.

3D printing is increasingly being used in STEAM classes to illustrate difficult concepts, enhance hands-on interactive learning and to drive class engagement. To support those efforts, Y Soft has worked with educators to develop YSoft be3D Academy — an online library of 3D curriculum components including lesson plans, guides, videos, models and presentations. The library contains everything needed to conduct a STEAM subject lesson, including 3D printing, as well as a model database with additional models that allows teachers to build their own lessons.

Standard be3D Academy 3D lessons are available for use by anyone completely free of charge. A series of expanded premium 3D lesson plans are available to eDee customers, including those that purchase the new EDU bundle. A range of resource-rich plans is available now, with more to be added each quarter.

Designed to be both easy to use and to follow, the lesson plans keep students engaged whether in a classroom or remote learning setting. Teachers can access practical content quickly and easily, including those with little or no experience in 3D printing.

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