Digital fabrication tools manufacturer Dremel, originally known for its handheld rotary tools, has gone above and beyond in its initiatives to get STEM-related 3D printing technology into schools. Dremel has a new partner in supporting STEM education, along with our nation's veterans: training and veteran support organization 3D Veterans. US veterans will first be trained, and can then go on to have sustainable additive manufacturing careers at Dremel. In addition, they will help teachers and students in New York, California, Florida, and Texas to implement Dremel's Idea Builder 3D printer into their school districts.This new veterans' career program is called the 3D VetSquad Initiative, which aims to introduce "our Nation's Heroes to our Nation's Future Leaders with STEM." Read more at