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3D printing captures the minds of students at Sheldon College 

Sheldon College in Brisbane, Queensland recently created a state of the art educational facility for its students and introduced a 3D printing program. The aim is to help their students succeed in a changing world and to become creative thinkers and innovators with a strong business model application. The college has over 1200 students and about 80 students are directly involved with 3D printing.

3D printing captures the minds of students at Sheldon College

The school introduced 3D printing for the engineering and CAD design study areas. CAD programs and Stratasys Mojo 3D printers are now used from Year 7 to Year 12. 3D printing of customised and complex shapes with integrated parts is now normal practice for student projects. Students can reproduce a complex mechanism and understand its iteration history and propose different design solutions.

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