50 States - 3D carver grant application round 2 of 3

Inventables will be donating 3D carving machines to K-12, High Schools, Community Colleges and Universities in all 50 states. Last year, Inventables hosted a contest for a public maker space in every state to receive a 3D carving machine. This year, Inventables will launch a version of the contest aimed at identifying schools committed to creating more opportunities for their students to design, prototype and build their ideas and prepare themselves for careers in advanced manufacturing, industrial design and engineering. 3D carving machines, historically known as computer numerically controlled (CNC) milling machines, are making it easier, faster and more efficient for individuals to digitally fabricate designs using a variety of materials, from foam and wood to acrylic, and even metal.

*Round 2*
Please submit your lesson plan explaining how you will incorporate the 3D carver into your curriculum. Please include a section on the outcomes you expect from implementing this curriculum. Use Easel, our free 3D carving software (www.easel.com) to draft at least 1 example project. In the file menu click the "share" option and paste the links to your projects in this form.

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