Spyder3D® Lab Mentor Jun discusses the glitter vinyl used on this sample t-shirt.

At Spyder3D®, we love hosting guests at our Spyder Lab™, where we can better explain how our program works and allow visitors to physically see and touch just a few of the nearly unlimited possible creations that can be created in-house by students and staff alike.

This past Thursday, we had the great honor of hosting a group of about ten educators from throughout Orange County, all of which are a part of the OC STEM Initiative, an organization dedicated to promoting and fostering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education throughout our county’s schools through a collaborative network of public and private partnerships.

Spyder3D® Apparel Specialist Michael Garcia explains the vinyl decal removal process known as weeding.

While all these individuals fare from different schools, what unites them all is their love for STEM education and their recognized importance of teaching our future workforce such fundamentals to prepare them for our country’s ever-evolving job market. During their time at our lab, the group was able to walk through each section and gain a better understanding of what each piece of equipment can do, and how each can benefit students in a creative, hands-on, collaborative environment.

Spyder3D® Design Specialist Alyssa Bloomfield discusses the benefits of direct-to-garment (DTG) printing. 

We sincerely appreciate these educators for taking the time to visit and for providing us with valuable input that we can use to further better ourselves in our shared pursuit to help prepare our county’s youth for a bright and successful future. It’s proactive educators like these who are truly making a difference in the lives of others, and we couldn’t do what we do without them. 

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