MyStemKits Releases Library of 3D Printing Projects
The library features nearly 100 kits that offer standards-aligned projects for K–12 classrooms.
Education startup MyStemKits has launched an extensive library of 3D printing models, in time for STEM teachers to use in the new school year.
The library features nearly 100 kits, with more added each day, that provide standards-aligned projects. Each 3D printing project is capable of printing on more than 60 types of 3D printers that comply with the MyStemKit system. Objects can be printed by users with 3D printing experience, allowing them to adjust print settings and scale objects, or users without any experience.
"It's more than just the models – it's a supplemental curriculum for schools, and it's bringing a really high level of educational tools right into the teacher's hands," said Hannah Olson, co-founder of MyStemKits, in a news release.
The MyStemKits library of curriculum-backed kits is available through a subscription fee, starting at $12 per student per year. For every 30 student accounts, MyStemKits provides a teacher account. There is a 100-student minimum and subscription fees are paid annually.
Further information about the 3D printing projects is available on the MyStemKits site.
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