3D printers in the classroom can unlock the unlimited potential of experiential learning for students.
In math, science, history and art, 3D printers provide an engaging, interactive way for students to build critical digital skills while immersing in subject matter.
Cubicon 3D printers are ideal for classroom use. With a heated print surface and auto-leveling bed, these machines are ideal for quick and easy setup in the classroom.
Both models are equipped with advanced safety features.
With InkSmith 3D printers, you're getting an all-encompassing package designed to set you up for experiential learning success in the classroom.
Over the years we've been blown away by the creativity of students and educators using 3D printing in the classroom. Here are just a few of our favourite projects.
Both the Cubicon Style and Single Plus 3D Printer models are equipped with a range of industry-standard performance features while also providing the advanced safety features for safe operation in the classroom.
● Easy setup and use with automatic levelling system
● Ensure your print is setup for success with up to 5 auto-levelling touch-points
● Coated, heated bed provides adhesion and stability while printing, with non-stick, easy removal when complete
● Large print build volume (up to 6" x 6" x 6")
● Fully enclosed machine provides protection from heated & moving parts while allowing for effective filtration
● HEPA-13 filter removes 99.97% of airborne particles, activated carbon removes harmful VOCs and Purafil catalyst removes odours from the print chamber
● Easy-to-swap replacement nozzles and air filters make it easy to get up and running again if your printer wears out with continued use.
● Replacement extruders and printing beds are also available for parts which contact filament.
InkSmith's online learning platform hosts a variety of lesson plans and curriculum content for 3D printing in the classroom.
Access to the platform is included free with every 3D printer purchase.
If you're new to the world of 3D printing and aren't sure where to get started, here are some resources you can explore to learn more!