It is evident that 3D printing has a place in schools and universities all over the world, and we are sure that the impact will be even greater in the future.
When students use 3D printers, they have a mindset for better learning, one where it is okay to make mistakes.
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Easy to learn, Easy to Teach, Easy to Use
Just like computers a few decades ago, for a student to have knowledge of a rapidly-growing technology is a huge advantage for later life. 3D printing is present in more and more areas of human endeavour, from medicine to manufacturing, spaceflight to simple household items.
Make sure your students are well-prepared for the future.
Simple tech for all ages
Safe for Schools
Non-heated build plate
Case by Case Support
Solutions for Everyone.
– transform 2D representations into 3D objects
– get students acquainted with thinking in 3D
– promote partnerships between subjects and/or teachers
– introduction of new concepts to younger students
– apply 3D Printing to everyday solutions
– personalize objects
– encourage students to develop their creativity and imagination
– explore curricular goals using 3D modeling and 3D Printing.
– raise awareness for environmental care
50 | 100 | 200 | 300 microns
PLA, Nylon, Wood, TPU-FLEX (ø1.75mm)
from recommended manufacturers
190 x 135 x 125mm (7.48 x 5.31 x 4.92 in)
HEATED BUID PLATE
Not necessary for PLA filament
High-quality powder-coated steel frame | Yellow powder coating steel casing | High-grade steel linear guides | Removable polycarbonate build plate
PRINTER SIZE (with/without spool)
425 x 140 x 395mm (16.73 x 5.51 x 15.55 in)
10.5 Kg (23 lb)
AMBIENT OPERATING TEMPERATURE
100-240VAC | 50-60Hz
Region-specific power cable |USB cable
Windows (7+) | Linux (12.04+) | Mac OSX (10.8|10.9+)
SUPPORTED FILE TYPES
Semi-automatic w/ Software support
MINIMUM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS (PC)
Core i3 | AMD Phenom 2 |AMD Athlon X2 | 2GB RAM | 500 MB free disk space | 512 MB dedicated graphics card (GPU)
MINIMUM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS (MAC)