does not have anywhere near the expertise you have, nor am I sure she ever will as she hasn't shown any kind of aptitude for this sort of thing.
That being said, her school bought a 3-d printer, and it's the shear wonder of the thing that excites her. They have to pay some nominal amount, depending on the size of whatever it is they want to print, and I'll happily give her a dollar to get some trinket printed, only because she finds the thing so fascinating.
That kind of excitement and wonder is hard to teach, buy, instill, etc... And here is a piece of technology, for a tiny dollar amount, that does that for her. I have no idea where it will lead, and in fact fully recognize that it may well not lead anywhere. But maybe, just maybe, it gets here jazzed on technology, certainly in ways that extend beyond what her i-device does.