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The Dremel 3D40 EDU is a perfect choice for schools looking to get 3D printing into the curriculum for the first time. They will find this model an easy fit for several reasons. The 3D40 is a snap to set up and use, and overall print quality is good with few misprints. Also, it employs user-friendly software based on the same Cura open-source platform that many popular 3D printers use. Connect the Dremel 3D40 EDU via Ethernet, USB, or Wi-Fi, or by plugging in a USB thumb drive containing the source file to be printed.
- 1 Dremel 3D Printer 3D40
- 3 Spools of Filament
- 1 Extra build Tape
- 1 Extra build platform
- 4- hour professional development course (with certification)
- 1 year-warranty and RobotLAB Support
Dremel 3D40 EDU Main Features
- Ability to create models and prototypes
- Mobile/Stationary: Stationary
- Training: No training required
- Warranty: 1-year warranty
Dremel products are put through thousands of hours of testing to create the most reliable 3D printers on the market.
Dremel’s easy-to-use DigiLab 3D40 Flex 3D Printer has user-friendly software, good output quality, and a wide mix of connectivity options. It’s an excellent choice for classroom use.
Dremel 3D40 Key Features:
- Simple setup.
- User-friendly software.
- Solid print quality.
- A flexible build plate makes object removal easy.
- Multiple connection choices.
- Limited to PLA filament.
*This product is rated for Middle School, High School, and College, however, we feel this is suitable for upper elementary as low as 3rd grade depending on the student’s experience.
The DigiLab Dremel 3D40 is a more basic variant of the 3D45, geared to classrooms rather than professional use. The 3D40 Flex is similar to the 3D45, though it’s limited to using polylactic acid (PLA) filament rather than the wide range of thermoplastic filament that is a hallmark of the 3D45. Additionally, this model doesn’t have the 720p camera that lets 3D45 users remotely monitor a print job. The 3D40 offers convenience features, such as a high-speed, low-quality “draft” print mode and a flexible steel build plate that printed objects snap right off of. It makes a good choice for school environments.
See the review from PC Mag HERE.
For over a decade, RobotLAB has been leading the Educational Robotics market with an innovative approach that makes Robotics and VR truly useful in the hands of educators. Dedicated to making robots smart and useful, RobotLAB supports educational entities in their journey into the 21st-century user experience. As the leading educational robotics company, RobotLAB is providing schools and universities with AI-LABs, equipped with robotics technologies, that empower educators and engage students with the most important skills for this generation: robotics, coding, and programming.
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