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3D Printed Grabbers

Students learn about 3D printing through making custom assistive hands for children with disabilities. This lesson will teach STEM and design concepts. It is adapted from an 8-module curriculum centering around the use of 3D printed prosthetics and other assistive devices. This curriculum is aimed at grades 7-10 and provides teachers with a mechanism for creating highly engaging and meaningful learning experiences for students through the creation, customization,and engineering of 3D printed assistive devices.

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LESSON DETAILS

Subjects Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Arts

Grade Levels 7-8, 9-12

Fab Tools CAD, 3D printer, 3D scanner

Collections Fab Tested

Contributors Rich Lehrer