We are here to help you and your students dive into the exciting world of 3D printing. Below are some helpful tools for your own learning, as well as projects that you can implement in your classroom.
3D printing is the future of education
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3D printing provides learning opportunities at many levels
Elementary /Middle School
By accessing and developing key foundational skill sets through Robo 3D printers, students begin to understand important lessons about trial and error, problem-solving, patience and time management for a wide range of projects.
Secondary / High School
Students at this level gain an edge as early adopters of 3D printing — providing them with newfound creative skills that translate to career success for future jobs within the fields of science, technology, engineering, design, mathematics and manufacturing.
University / Trade School
Once in the midst of establishing their careers within the STEM-related fields, Robo 3D printers provide students the ability to learn in a more hands-on way, further elevating critical thinking and analysis in a concept’s / project’s “design-cycle,” while giving them a fully tactile means to create the solutions they seek in real time.
Robo onboard slicing means you no longer need a desktop computer to prepare your 3D models to print. You can now print straight from any device, including smart phones and tablets, to Robo C2 and Robo R2 — which make it great for printing from the most popular devices in schools: Chromebooks.
Print from iPhone/iPad
Robo app works with popular iPad education apps — like Autodesk 123 Education — and lets students print right from their iPad or iPhone to Robo C2 and Robo R2.
Lesson plans for your classroom
Our products give students a wonderful way to develop their own designs, solve problems, explore new ideas, and then print and test their ideas right away — and they’re great tools that fully support the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Here are some resources for lesson plan ideas.
A Robo ecosystem
designed for education
designed for education
Robo’s 3D printers are built for educators with stand out features, affordable prices, easy-to-use interface, and compatibility with Google Chromebooks and Apple iPads.
Bring Robo to your school
Our grant guide is available for Universities and K-12 classrooms
Our comprehensive list of grants available to you from a variety of sources.
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Deadline to submit: Feb 2, 2018
Robo impacting the Educational community
Joe Walker Middle School
Students at Joe Walker Middle School develop life skills and hone their creativity using Robo 3D printers in Project Lead The Way classes and VEX Robotics Competitions — all while learning how 3D printing technology plays a role in future career decisionsView Case Study
Robo Teaches School Children in Rwanda About 3D Printing
Recently Robo was fortunate enough to be included in a trip to teach school children in Rwanda what they can really do with 3D printing.View Case Study
Inspiring Kids at the Museum of Discovery and Science
Robo is honored to be working with the Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Discovery and Science to showcase 3D Printing to it's 1000's of entrants each and every day. We expect this tech to lead to adoption and new opportunities amongst the community.View Case Study
Empowering Boys and Girls Clubs of America
Robo paving the way for helping students engage in 3D printing with the Boys and Girls Clubs of AmericaView Case Study
For more information on the perfect 3D solution for your school, contact us at email@example.com