New to the market is a really cool 3D printer, the ROBO 3D R1. There are several things worth noting that set this printer apart.
- It uses both ABS and PLA filament. No need to be bound to one plastic!
- It costs (on average) $1,500 LESS than the top shelf 3D printers…*coughMakerBotcough*
- It is fully supported on Windows 8
These three selling points are key to bringing 3D printing to your school. It is now more affordable, widely supported, and easier to use than ever! So if your school or district is looking for ways to boost STEM performance and engagement, start with a 3D printing lab!