“There is no end to how many ways you can practice Random Acts of Kindness by using your 3D printer to help someone else. ”
“Think local. Think global.” – Jen Owen
Jen from Enabling the Future (a co-founder of e-NABLE) reached out to us recently regarding a challenge for students of all grades, spanning from kindergarten through the university level.
While many contests include a long list of complex requirements, arduous approval on concepts, completion of difficult and detailed projects, and then waiting—this challenge not only sounds fun but is super easy as the e-NABLE Movement encourages everyone involved to become a RAKtivist , performing random acts of kindness as often as possible. Students participating in the challenge are tasked only to create a one- to three-minute video, and the content should be centered around one question: “What would your school make with a 3D printer if you […]
Above: PepsiCo food, snack, and beverage product line-up/Source: PepsiCo PepsiCo turned to tooling with 3D printing...