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Show Announcement

 Announcing the

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76th Annual NEATT Conference

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          • November 15-16, 2013
          • Waterville Valley Conference Center, Waterville Valley, NH
          • 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Exhibits Open on Friday, Nov. 15
          • SHIP Prizes!
          • Conference website:  www.neatt.org

Visit our presentation, Make STEM “Real” with 3D Printing!
•  9:00 a.m. in the Snow’s Mountain Room
•  FREE sample 3D printed part for all attendees!

Join us to see today’s smaller, more affordable and easy-to-use 3D printers and 3D printing technologies used in schools, even as early as elementary school! 3D printers in the classroom have proven to be a fun, real world way to teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Math while encouraging creativity and teamwork. Using 3D printers with students enables them to learn the value of turning abstract ideas into real objects. By the time they are in high school, they have a technical foundation for STEM concepts that they grow and expand upon as they prepare for college and beyond. The value of 3D printing is that it makes STEM real – and the excitement level in the classroom is contagious, too!

 ** Visit us at Booths to see a 3D printer and laser engraver in action and to hear more about our new STEM and science products! **

MHS engineering students recently made their first object from a 3D printer (the Cube).

MHS engineering students recently made their first object from a 3D printer (the Cube).

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Rook made on the Cube 3D Printer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laserpro c180

LaserPro C180 Desktop Laser Engraver – a “must have” for any Fab Lab!

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SmartScope iGO Digital Microscope – connects wirelessly to mobile devices including the iPad, iPad mini, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android Tablets, and Android Phones!