Printed Electronics in Education – Presented by Jan Bernards, Fontys University

Jan Berbards

Printed Electronics in Education – Presented by Jan Bernards, Fontys University, at 3D Printing Electronics Conference, on Jan 22, 2019, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

One of the focal points of the research group Applied Natural Sciences (ANS) at the Fontys University of Applied Sciences is Thin Films & Functional Materials. In our laboratory equipment is available for the deposition (inkjet printing, screen printing, plasma printing, spin coating, slot die coating, vacuum deposition) and analysis (SEM with EDS, contact angle measurement, rheology, dynamic light scattering for particle measurement, profilometer) of thin films. Continue reading “Printed Electronics in Education – Presented by Jan Bernards, Fontys University”

Meet Poppy, the printable robot

An open-source, 3D-printed robot is set to inspire innovation in classrooms. Meet Poppy, the first completely open-source, 3D printed, humanoid robot. Poppy is a robot that anybody can build and program. That means it’s not just a tool for scientists and engineers: the team of developers aims to make it part of vocational training in schools, giving students the opportunity to experiment. Continue reading “Meet Poppy, the printable robot”

Pakistani Students Create 3D Printed Mobile Obstacle Avoidance Robots with Help from LearnOBots

From my talks with several CEOs of large 3D printing companies, one topic always comes up, one that many of these companies are very passionate about. That topic is 3D printing in schools. It is inevitable that 3D printing will make its way into schools all around the world, but the question that remains is, ‘when?’ Continue reading “Pakistani Students Create 3D Printed Mobile Obstacle Avoidance Robots with Help from LearnOBots”