Help Robotics SCORE
The College of Sciences and Mathematics’ Southeastern Center of Robotics Education (SCORE) is in need of a large-scale, 3D printer, which will create limitless opportunities for K-12 students and educators across the Southeast to incorporate hands-on learning methods.
A new 3D printer will teach students about design, rapid prototyping, and the industrial manufacturing process. Additionally, students will be able to put their newfound knowledge to work as they design and manufacture their own equipment, like gears, pulleys, and chassis for robotics competitions, or custom frames for drones.
SCORE works to inspire and prepare future generations of STEM professionals by developing and delivering student robotics programs, online robotics resources, and professional development for educators.
Your investment in this state-of-the-art 3D printer would transform the methods used by SCORE and add a new dimension to our training workshops and robotics competitions.