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License:(CC BY-NC-ND) Estimated time with students:5 to 10 periods Implementing level:Intermediate Age:16-19
License:Copyright Estimated time with students:5 to 10 periods Implementing level:Intermediate Age:10-19
License:(CC BY) Estimated time with students:2 to 3 periods Implementing Level:Basic Age:10-19
License:(CC BY) Implementing Level:3 to 5 periods Age:10-19
Thingiverse Education provides over a hundred free lessons that make teaching with a 3D printer easier and more effective for a variety of grade levels and subjects. It also provid...
License:(CC BY-NC-ND) Estimated time with students:5 to 10 periods Implementing level:Intermediate Age:16-19
Kids and students can build easy to very complex optical systems and do Lean Prototyping in production process choosing items from BaKaRoS construction kit and programm them with s...
The video explains and comments the steps in the creation of a packaging through a workflow process map. License:(CC BY-NC-ND) Estimated time with students:3 to 5 periods Imple...
This video illustrates a step-by-step guide to create a packaging, focusing on creating the Dieline License(CC BY-NC-ND) Estimated time with students:2 to 3 periods Implementin...
Based on the input from teachers, the authors created a compendium of 3D printable tools, gathered from internet sources, that educators can browse and print. License:(CC BY-NC-SA...
5 basic steps for creating a cardboard packaging: briefing, concept, mockup, market test, deployment License:(CC BY-SA) Implementing level:intermediate Age:13-16
Step by step instruction in making of the jaws of a toolmaker's clamp using milling machine. Age:16-19
Build an augmented reality app or an augmented reality book. Implementing level:advanced Age:13-16
Escornabot es un proyecto gallego OpenSource Web oficial Age:16-19
An 8 step project on how to build a remote car. this includes description and an assisted video. Estimated time with students:more than 10 periods Implementing level:basic Age:16-1...
In this article the author will show you how you can make an Arduino Color Sorter. All we need for this project is one color sensor and two hobbyist servo motors, which makes this ...
Make a do-it-yourself remote control IRglove. By joining two fingertips, a signal will be emitted by the Infrared emitter to a device. You learn how to implement opto-electronic co...
This article describes the basics for a Makerspace at a school. Estimated time with students:1 to 3 Implementing level:basic Age:10-13
Another video of a different method of building a remote controlled car. Estimated time with students:5 to 10 periods Implementing level:basic Age:16-19
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