High School 3D Printing
3D Printing technology has changed the way engineers think and how things are made. Its impact grows across industries, from manufacturing to healthcare to automotive and more. Each day, more use cases are discovered that are solving complex issues in a simple way.
Teach your students not only how to run a 3D printer, but how to design, program and create useful parts using 3D printing technology from Markforged. This program focuses on core engineering concepts including:
- Engineering Design
- Structural Engineering
- Materials Science
Your students will learn how to think like engineers, to design, build, troubleshoot, iterate, and let their creativity solve complex problems.
The quality and application of an industrial-grade printer that fits easily in your high school classroom. With a variety of plastic and composite materials and integrated software, you can lead your students to design and print real-world parts.
Choose from a variety of desktop models for any budget, and then upgrade when you’re ready without having to buy a new unit.
Looking for something bigger? Markforged has a line of Industrial Printers that take the Desktop series to the next level.
Markforged is set apart from the competition by providing the strongest, lightest parts available to a high school 3D printing lab. Their proprietary plastic Onyx is 1.4 times stronger and stiffer than ABS and it can be reinforced with any continuous fiber. Other materials include:
- Carbon fiber
- High strength, high temp fiberglass
Markforged’s Eiger software allows for automatic version control, real-time fleet management and cloud-based collaboration. It’s the world’s most advanced 3D printing software a high school could have, and it will work in conjunction with STL files from any CAD/CAM program.