Schools put 3D printing to work in education Karmen, a Czech company, is helping with that Aug. 5, 2020, 1:06 p.m. Putting 3D printing to work in education isn’t just for technical universities anymore. Many secondary schools, high schools and vocational schools have at least one 3D printer. They give their students an advantage at a time when the popularity of additive manufacturing – and its enjoyment – are constantly growing in design and industry. 3D printing is a part of education either as a specialized subject, a supplement to other subjects, or in the form of after school activities. The Třebešín Secondary Technical School is a good example. Cute, smart and Czech - Karmen arrives on the 3D printing market April 29, 2020, 1:05 p.m. The Czech development company Fragaria has launched Karmen, which turns ordinary 3D printers into “smart printers.” Karmen consists of a cloud service and the Karmen Pill controller. The first batch was sold out in pre-orders. Karmen turns common 3D printers into smart ones March 30, 2020, 1 p.m. A revolutionary blend of cloud service and a hardware controller by Czech engineers brings an open source solution for remote management and monitoring of 3D printers to everyone’s doorstep.