Our lesson plans are broken down by grade level and by subject, focusing on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). We believe every subject area can benefit from having 3D printers in the classroom. 3D printers add a visual and tactile component to lessons which helps enrich the learning experience. For example, printing out gears and designing a gear train allows engineering students to better understand CAD, gear boxes, and drive trains while math students can use the same gears to calculate gear ratios and torque changes. These students get to watch the parts as they are printing, touch the parts as they assemble them, and validate their equations by interacting with the running gear box. All the while gaining knowledge about technology that is transforming the way things are made across the world.