Craftbot’s approach in education.
Owning a reliable and user-friendly, plug&play printer is a must. We offer a complete ecosystem to our users besides the machine.
Craftbot’s 3D printing approach has been the foundation of our success in education.
6 WAYS 3D PRINTING IN CLASSROOMS CAN PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE:
PROMOTES ACTIVE LEARNING
Students create intricate products they can touch, study, and take home to use.
ENCOURAGES CREATIVE THINKING
Being able to try new things, test theories, and think more creatively enhances the learning process.
IMPROVES STUDENT PARTICIPATION
Illustrate and demonstrate difficult concepts while enhancing engagement through interactive learning.
ENGAGES RELUCTANT LEARNERS
The “wow factor” excites the most reluctant students, generating enthusiasm and engagement.
Empower everyone imagination with the ability to turn their ideas into real, physical 3D objects!
Encourage and inspire students as an entry point to endless career opportunities, breaking down barriers to STEM and creating opportunities in high end technical roles.
- We offer Craftbot printers with a 5 year warranty, which is industry leading,
- The machines are equipped with essential safety upgrades such as lockable, door and HEPA filter.
- We offer our own, free slicer software, Craftware, which is as user friendly as the Craftbots, and meets every need from the beginner to the professional level.
- Craft Filament, is optimized to be more reliable and require less setup.
- We offer 3D printing curricula which helps the teachers to implement 3D designing into your lesson plan.
- Case studies are also available.
- We offer detailed support videos and support services.
CRAFTBOT AT UNIVERSITY
We also provide professional 3D solutions for the special needs of Universities.
Being the official sponsor of the Arrabona Formula 1 Team we have experienced how a 3D printer can be important in case of prototyping, modelling a racing car.
More and more universities are investing into the 3D printing, and building up a full innovation centre and a 3D printing farm.