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3D PRINTER GUIDE

3D printers allow users to design an object using 3D design software and print it in three dimensions.

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What’s New In 3D Printing

Students at Charter High School for Architecture and Design in Philadelphia (PA) are working with an Ultimaker 2 Extended+ to learn about art, design, and giving back to the community.

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3D Printer Contest Opens

Dremel Education invites educators to join the #LearnMakeGive Contest for the chance to win two Dremel 3D Idea Builder 3D20 printers for their school.

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MakerBot Replicator Mini+

The MakerBot Replicator Mini+ is a single extruder 3D printer with a 10.1 x 12.6 x 12.6 cm (L/W/H) build plate, allowing users to print PLA objects up to 98 cubic inches.

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PledgeCents™ and Dremel™ Partner to Make 3D Printers More Accessible to Classrooms

The partnership with Dremel finally adds 3D printers to the PledgeCents Marketplace PHILADELPHIA – March 1, 2017 – PledgeCents, Inc., is on a mission to make education technology more accessible for teachers and schools, while helping ensure that more of donors’ money can be put to work rather than be spent on fundraising costs. The site, which aims to bring resources and opportunities to students across the country by alleviating funding needs, continues to expand its Preferred Partner Program to better collaborate with education companies to make this idea a reality. The most recent partner is Dremel, who is bringing their 3D Idea Builder printers to the PledgeCents Marketplace.