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New Matter Earns the PTPA Seal of Approval

We have some very exciting news! The MOD-t recently earned a Seal of Approval from Parent Tested Parent Approved, or PTPA.  Parent Tested Parent Approved awards products approval after an in-depth review. Parents were invited into the PTPA facilities where they reviewed the MOD-t setup, operation, and overall user experience. This approval means the MOD-t is now recommended by North America’s largest parent testing community! To celebrate, we’re throwing a Twitter party! This Thursday, June 9 2016, you can join New Matter (@newmatter) and PTPA (@PTPA) on Twitter for a New Winners Tweet Chat. Ask us questions about the MOD-t, learn about…

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Community Post: How I Used My MOD-t To Get 2nd Place In the Science Olympiad

We love hearing from the #MadeWithMODt community! This week, we’re spotlighting a user who designed and printed a project for a regional Science Olympiad using the MOD-t. Here’s a guest post from Casimir Hixon on how he used his MOD-t to make an awesome, award-winning skateboard. Meet Casimir My name is Casimir Hixon, and I go to school in New York City. I am currently in the 7th grade. I love math and science, and this competition was a great way for my friends and me to have extra-curricular fun with science. This is my story of using the inexpensive MOD-t 3D printer…

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Our Favorite #MadeWithMODt Community Creations

We love checking out your #MadeWithMODt posts on social media. Seeing all of the amazing things the MOD-t community makes is inspiring and awesome! We’ve rounded up five of our favorite eye-catching designs that MOD-t users made with the MOD-t. Servo Mount for Pan-and-Tilt Camera – @dylanjchau We love this MOD-t project because it’s full of different components that serve a purpose.  Dylan used Tinkercad to quickly design the pieces for his camera hack and then printed them on the MOD-t. He also used Raspberry Pi to program the platform. Did we mention he won his company’s hackathon with this project? Because he did. Zombie…

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