An Introduction to 3D Modeling & Printing
  • Program Highlights

    • As 3D printing is changing our worlds, iRobokid has committed itself to provide our next generation with adequate knowledge and experience to use this new disruptive technique.

    • iDesign is a revolutionary educational tools that captures children’s interest and enthusiasm, all sorts of information can be interpreted into 3 dimensions.

    • By participating in a 3D Printing programs like iDesign, children can leave school ahead of the game.

    • The iDesign program allows children, to be designers, artists, engineers and above all innovators.

    • Children are never too young to be introduced to the physical benefits of 3D printing and how to program and use the printers.

    • Grade:
      6 and above
    • Class Size:
      15-20 Children
    • Sessions:
      1 Semester - 13 Sessions
      2 Semester - 13 Sessions
  • Activity and Benefits

    • 3D Printing in Math

      3D printing and mathematics converge to help students envision graphs and mathematical models.

    • 3D Printing in Geography/Geology

      3D printing is an excellent way for students to better understand geological formations on a scale that is not presentable through 2 dimensional images.

    • 3D Printing in History

      Every classroom would now have access to museum artifacts from the luxury of their own school.

    • 3D Printing in Art

      No longer do we have to rely on 2-dimensional screens in order to view 3-dimensional models.

    • Capture interest of students

      Young students get bored with lots of text, making information visible helps but when you truly want to keep students interested, you print it in 3 dimensions.

    • Stimulate interaction during class

      By using a 3D printer any class will instantly be transformed in an interactive learning experience. Print parts of a skeleton to use for a biology class or use it for prototyping in technique classes.

    • Create tangible aids

      Difficult concepts will not only be visible but also tangible. Anything you would normally draw out on the blackboard, can now be explained through models that students can touch and investigate from any angle.

    • Hands-on learning through 3D models

      Especially for art and technique classes, it is great to use the prototyping capabilities to make students’ creative ideas and designs come to live.

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