Aug 25, 2017 | By Tess

Shining 3D, one of China’s leading 3D printing and scanning companies, has announced the release of its latest product: the Einstart-C desktop 3D printer. In addition to launching the new 3D printer, the company will be introducing a 3D printing educational starter package in collaboration with PrintLab International to help bolster STEAM learning in schools.

Let’s first look at Shining 3D’s newest 3D printer and what it has to offer. The Einstart-C, reportedly in development for the last year, is the latest addition to Shining 3D’s Einstart desktop 3D printer series. Readers might recall that we got our first glimpse of the technology in January at CES 2017.

With an overall footprint of 364 x 386 x 380 mm, the Einstart-C 3D printer is compact enough for the home, office, or classroom, and boasts a number of improvements over its predecessors in terms of speed, stability, and performance.

The FDM 3D printer is reportedly capable of continuous printing for up to 300 hours thanks to its fully-enclosed body and innovative structure. According to Shining 3D, with a speed of 100 cc/h the 3D printer is also twice as fast as its previous Einstart-S 3D printer.

The new 3D printer also includes such features as an automatic bed leveling system, wireless connectivity, a user-friendly interface, “out-of-the-box” installation, and stringent safety features. Other specifications for the Einstart-C include a build volume of 153 x 153 x 153 mm, and a variable layer resolution of 0.1 mm to 0.4 mm.

Along with the launch of its new desktop 3D printer, Shining 3D has also introduced an educational starter package geared towards 3D printing technology. Organized in collaboration with PrintLab International, a global community of 3D printing experts who promote 3D printing in schools, the learning bundle includes Shining 3D’s Einstart-C 3D printer, an EinScan-SE 3D scanner, 3D printing materials, lesson plans, and a curriculum kit.

The educational starter package also comes with access to a number of online courses and a 160-page handbook to help teachers guide their students in learning about 3D printing and scanning technologies.

Shining 3D has been working on the educational kit with PrintLab International since the two joined forces in January 2017. With the 3D printer learning package, they are hoping to make 3D printing more accessible within schools and to promote STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) for children.

“3D printing technology can integrate STEAM together in education, empowering teachers and providing the students with hands-on experience in order to strengthen their motivation and creativity,” said Shining 3D. The 3D printing educational starter package is available as of today, August 24, 2017.

Shining 3D is offering potential clients free price quotes for its Einstart-C 3D printer and promises an affordable 3D printing solution.

 

 

 

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