3DPrinterOS is powering the 3DPrinting in Alabama's Classes and create impact in the educational process
3DPrinterOS, a 3D Printing management software, is used by top universities like MIT, Harvard, Yale, Duke, and Rice. 3DPrinterOS can work well for all universities and is easy to deploy on all types of servers and cloud configurations (Amazon Cloud, Microsoft Cloud, Google Cloud, and Encrypted On-Premise Servers) within a few hours.
3D Printing Studio to empower 3D Printing Education Program
The University of Alabama (UA) Libraries operates a 3D printing studio where members of the UA community can design and create 3D plastic models. The 3D printing studio at UA Libraries provides support for 3D users by offering workshops, course training, and personal consultations which outline the technology, software, and operating procedures required to produce a 3D plastic object. Briefly, a 3D printed object starts with a computer aided design (CAD), the CAD file is then converted into a format the printer understands, called a 3D build file.
3DPrinterOS and Alabama University: 3DPrinting Management Software
While 3D printing is proving to be highly beneficial for teaching and learning processes in the classroom, poorly managed print devices can open schools up to various risks and vulnerabilities.3DPrinterOS ensure a safe and secure management access to 3D print technology, while also used to its full potential.
3DPrinterOS: a tool beyond 3D Printers Management
Universities can use 3DPrinterOS to analyze and budget their use of consumables more efficiently and accurately. They can also identify peak printing times, or printers that aren’t used often, which can be relocated elsewhere. Managing 3D print technology more effectively gives principals valuable visibility and control over who is printing what, and when. This visibility lets principals make decisions around where to cut costs or improve 3D print capabilities.