Proposal of Educational Web Application for Printer Easy 3D Maker

Nadežda Čuboňová 1, Miroslav CÍSAR 2


3D printing is one of the technologies currently becoming increasingly popular and misleading in manufacturing practice. The trend today is also the production of affordable printers and their implementation in the production of prototypes. The expansion of computer techniques and new computer aided technologies gives very power tools for education enhancement to university teachers. The article presents the design and creation of educational software - web application for learning of Easy 3D maker printing utilized in e-learning educational process at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Žilina, for study branch -“Automation of Production Systems”.


web application; 3D printing; education

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