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3D Printing Program For Education Launches

Solidoodle announces Solidoodle U, a comprehensive program that provides schools with affordable education packages and free materials to get students 3D printing.
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Solidoodle announces Solidoodle U, a comprehensive program that provides schools with affordable education packages and free materials to get students 3D printing.

  • The Solidoodle 4 package includes the company’s newest 3D printer featuring with two 2-lbs spools of filament, for $899.
  • The Solidoodle 3 package includes Solidoodle’s open-design printer with one 2-lbs spool of filament for $699.

For more information, visit Solidoodle.com/education.

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