Dyslexia and 3D printing

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Due to the difficulty with standard learning skills like reading and writing, those with dyslexia must learn to harness their creativity in other ways. While it isn’t easy to completely shy away from these skills, working with technology like 3D printers helps dyslexics mimic similar thought processes. For example, 3D printing allows a creative individual to develop an original work, just as a writer might. Then he or she can review, edit and rework it until the desired outcome is me, similar to the editorial process for a written work. It allows those with dyslexia to experience creating a concept and revising it until the end goal is met, a thought process which often enables further innovation and creativity.

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