Advanced high school students can assemble the 3D Printer to learn how the printer's electro-mechanical heater, extruders and servo motors create the additive process of layering plastic filament to create three dimensional objects. Students can also download and explore 3D Modeling and Designing Software. The software contains libraries of codes that are used to 3D print various objects. With assistance, lower grades can also download libraries of object codes and firsthand be part of the 3D modeling process.
Once assembled, the printer measures 17.3 x 16.1 x 18.3 in. with a printing area of 8.6 x 8.6 x 9.8 in. Comes with a step-by-step assembly manual in addition to  different colored printer ribbons.
This 3D Printer Kit is sold to schools ONLY
The 3D Modeling Station cabinet is designed to safeguard the 3D printer from dust and curious hands but still allow students to program and observe the printing process.
The cabinet is made from plywood and hardwood with 1/8 in. clear acrylic side panels. The cabinet base measures 25 x 25 in. with a height of 36 in. Also features a sturdy shelf for storing 3D filament rolls. Keeps even temperature for quality results. Ready to put together, the cabinet includes plywood with pre-drilled holes, a storage shelf and magnetic door catches.
Arrives partially assembled and flat for shipping savings. Includes 842512 and 842511.