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Saturday, March 7 • 10:00am - 10:45am
3D printing more than toys and gadgets instead design, engineer and create motion!

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3D printing is a wonderful technology but after you've printed a dozen or more cat models what's next? The best use of this new technology is to inspire the need to create. This session will outline and give practical ideas to bring a STEM design project into the classroom. With the cost of 3D printing at the lowest levels it has ever been this is a wonderful opportunity to engage students in an engineering project while teaching course content. The project outlined in this presentation is in a physical science or physics class at the middle school or high school level.In the unit shown students designed, printed, wired and raced electric vehicles at minimum cost.

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Kyle Ondersma

Teacher, Ionia Public Schools
My background and interests, I always feel uncomfortable discussing myself as it seems boastful but if you want to read it, here we go. I am a graduate of Grand Rapids Community College where I completed an associates degree in Applied Science finishing their program in Chemical... Read More →


Saturday March 7, 2020 10:00am - 10:45am
Banquet 8

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