Imagine if you could press “print” and then everything you’d ever need would be created. 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, has come a long way since it was first developed in the 1980s. While 3D printing originated as a tool for rapid prototyping, it has now evolved to cover a number of different technologies. The evolution of 3D printing has seen a rapid growth in the number of companies adopting the technology. The applications and use cases vary across industries, but broadly include tooling aids, visual and functional prototypes — and even end parts. As the potential applications for 3D printing increase, companies are beginning to find ways to create new business models and opportunities with the technology. In this course, students will have the opportunity to explore the current state of 3D printing across a range of industries, including how the technology is being used across sectors. Using real-life scenarios and through project-based learning methodology students will develop an in-depth understanding of how 3D printing is being used to drive innovation and business growth.3D Printing, or additive manufacturing, is a way to build real objects using a three dimensional electronic robot/device based off using 3D CAD models (computer aided drafting). The technology is still in early stages but it’s quickly becoming the best way for anyone to make prototypes and cool objects that wouldn’t have been possible ever before. Learn how to prototype products and even create functional objects for your home, office, or even as unique gifts for friends. During this curse students can learn basics of Creating 3D Models to build real world objects and use software supporting 3D design.Our 3D Design and Printing course is built in three levels and we follow the certification procedure of Institute for STEAM Education. A foundation year is also offered if needed based on initial student’ assessment. Initial student’ assessment is a prerequisite for the ages of 10-14 years old. This course is for secondary students interested in learning about new technologies.