April 24, 2014

3D printer maker Solidoodle announced on Wednesday Solidoodle U, a special program for teachers, which provides schools affordable education packages and free materials to let teachers bring 3D printing into their classroom.

Solidoodle will offer two education packages for its popular 3rd and 4th Generation 3D printers, as part of the Solidoodle U program. The Solidoodle 4 package includes its 4th Generation 3D printer featuring a sleek enclosure and new extruder design with two 2-lbs spools of filament, a total $1085 value, for $899. The Solidoodle 3 package includes Solidoodle's open-design printer with one 2-lbs spool of filament, a total $842 value, for just $699.

Solidoodle U also offers educators free access to its online curriculum library on its website to allow educators to share their own corresponding lesson plans with the online educational community.

Meanwhile Solidoodle is offering its biggest deals on 3D printers this week:

The Spring Sale Specials:

  • Solidoodle 2 – Base model 3D printers, with 6″x6″ bed ($499 value), are on sale for $399.
  • Solidoodle 2 – Expert 3D printers, with heated 6″x6″ bed and enclosure ($698 value), are on sale for $499.
  • Solidoodle 3 3D printers ($799 value), with heated 8″x8″ beds and packaged with a free filament ($43 value), are on sale for $699.

Sale ends April 27th.

Posted in 3D Printers

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Margaret Duggan Maceda wrote at 4/28/2014 12:55:17 AM:

Hi, I am an AT Specialist and plan to teach 3D printing to educators. I have been following the technology since 2010 and have finally seen a printer at a conference recently. I am most interested in scanning devices and a printer with 2-3 print heads. What products of yours work seamlessly? I look forward to hearing from you.

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