3D printing is an additive manufacturing process of producing solid 3D artifacts. Creating a 3D printed object involves designing a 3D model of the object, usually using computer-aided design (CAD) software or a scan of an existing object. The 3D model is then converted into a 3D CAD file that is used for producing the object using a 3D printer. Rooted in the maker movement, 3D printing offers real educational benefits by promoting the culture of active learning, innovation, design, and problem solving. It is holistically tied to STEM education connecting multiple STEM subject areas, particularly the areas of engineering and technology. However, just putting a 3D printer in place will not create these learning opportunities. Educators need technical and curriculum support to effectively utilize 3D printing technology for teaching and learning.