Dremel, the company widely known for its rotary tools, is increasing its focus on 3D printing, specifically in the education space. In January, Dremel launched a new 3D printer model targeting educators and now they have developed a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) program.
The Dremel Dreams program packages up lesson plans, online training, customer support, Autodesk modeling software, 3D scanning hardware from HP and the Dremel 3D Idea Builder printer. Dremel partnered with MyStemKits.com and STEM curriculum experts at Florida State University to develop the program. Lesson plans and corresponding 3D models are designed for various grade levels with a focus on various subject areas within the math and science realm.
Full story at The Journal.