3D printing is a manufacturing process that creates three-dimensional objects from a digital design. It is a recent development in the field of manufacturing technology and has proved to be a boom for almost a decade. The most essential component to learn this technology is a 3D printer. It is an expensive affair, therefore, capital being a big problem, a handful of institutions in India provide education on the same.

Rapturize is one such firm where we bring 3D printing in education. 3D printing is still a new concept in the industries and has taken the manufacturing world by storm but the education upon the same is rarely imparted in schools. At Rapturize we host workshops, learning programs and provide knowledge of 3D printing in schools. Carrying forward the torch of Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) we aim to bring the knowledge about 3D printing to the education sector upgrading the students with the modern technologies. We appreciate the steps taken by the government under AIM by establishing Atal Tinkering Labs in schools and promote experimental learning.

We at Rapturize offer programs and workshops integrated into the curriculum to help the students expand their mind and develop skills. Implementing modern teaching methods to impart maximum benefits to students making them smart and capable is our goal. Our 3D printing education programs have several features:

  • Dedicated staff encouraging innovation and creativity.
  • Fun workshops including engineering, designing, and robotics.
  • A pragmatic approach towards students based on real-life applications.
  • Broader utilization of Atal Tinkering Labs in schools.

3D printing is a new and expensive technology. We at Rapturize have committed ourselves to strengthen the education system by incorporating 3D printing in schools. With an aim to revolutionize the education system by providing state-of-art technology to the institutions, we impart adaptive learning programs augmenting the talent of the students and paving the way forward to an interactive and adaptive learning.

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