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Australian Government plans to increase 3D printing exposure

A new literacy program is being included in the curriculum of Australian schools as of this year. In an effort to keep up with other countries the Australian government has begun funding STEM. 

STEM allows students to innovate, creating prototypes and products they design via 3D printing. The plan is to expose children to the innovative technology so it will help them in future jobs. STEM engages children in play-related activities, integrating skills early and making it fun to learn.

It offers an incredible experience by creating enthusiasm and increasing the knowledge needed for STEM orientated careers and more complex jobs. Students have been able to create space based observatories, robots to be used in international competitions, as well as building race-able F1 cars amongst other things.

Find out how to get started with the UP Plus 2 3D Printer, a favourite amounts Australian schools:
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