Once introduced to the Raise3D printers at Foothill High School, student John Gardner began to develop his prototypes for an electric skateboard, custom-fit prosthetic limbs, and more.
Inspiring the next generation of engineers, Jeff Farr enables his students to create anything they dream up.
3D printing has a wide range of applications. One application that shows the diverse ability of 3D printing to adapt to any industry is the one given by Scuola di Alta Formazione at Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro. Restoration workers at this university are using Raise3D printers to research ways to restore works of classical art that are imperative to the cultural heritage of Italy.