The City That Zortrax Built [with some help] Revisited...
Posted by Jeff Coulter on
Daniel's 3D Printing class has completed the City That Zortrax Built!
This summer class was at Timber Lake Camp in the Catskills with the campers creating their and printing their own designs on a Zortrax M200 3D Printer:
It was a real pleasure to help Daniel guide his 3D Printing class through this project and follow his progress. Profound 3D loves to support 3D printer use in schools/clubs. We offer special discounts to help support 3D Printer use in education - please contact us for more information on a custom package with a Zortrax, CraftBot, Raise3D, Makerbot, Afinia or one of the other fine 3D Printers we offer.
Here is Daniel's portfolio page with more samples from this program:
To quote Daniel:
I had an amazing time working at the camp and using the Zortrax M200. Thank you so much for being so available for all of my questions and being so helpful with all of my inquiries! I am very grateful to have you as a resource as during my first summer teaching 3d printing.
If you have any questions for Daniel he has kindly offered to answer any questions and share his advice on using 3D Printing for educating. You can contact him via his home page - be sure to tell him that Profound3D sent you!
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