Mission Street Manufacturing based in Santa Barbara, California has this week launched a new Kickstarter crowd funding campaign to help take their innovative new Printeer 3D Printer into production.
The Printeer 3D Printer has been specifically designed to enable children children and K-12 education establishments to easily 3D print models that children can create using just an iPad.
Unlike other 3D printers currently on the market the Printeer 3D Printer doesn’t require any advanced technical or engineering skills to be used and you don’t even need to learn or use a CAD program. To learn more about the new Printeer 3D Printer and its iPad companion application, that makes 3D printing objects childsplay watch the video below.
The creators of the Printeer and its companion application say that the 3D printing process can be taught to children and students in just 30 seconds, and the system doesn’t require a PC or any complex software to set up.
“Educators understand the importance of technology skills, and so do we. We’ve already partnered with local schools in California to bring Printeer to after-school programs and in-classroom demos. As a local junior high principal recently told us, “Learning technology is a matter of exposure.” All kids can learn technology, and the first step is gaining access to that technology.
Our hope is that through this Kickstarter campaign, Printeers will find their ways into schools we’ve never heard of, in towns and cities across the country. We are committed to bringing this technology into the classroom and eager to engage with passionate parents and educators to make it happen.”
So if you think Printeer 3D Printer is something your child or classroom could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Printeer become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Top News