Already in over 7,000 schools - from elementary school to higher education - MakerBot has been a pioneer in helping educators drive innovation in the classroom by building a platform that supports educators and students at every step of the process.
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Already in over 7,000 schools - from elementary school to higher education - MakerBot has been a pioneer in helping educators drive innovation in the classroom by building a platform that supports educators and students at every step of the process
The easiest-to-use 3D printer ecosystem designed to grow with educators and students as they advance from beginner to advanced 3D printing.
A comprehensive platform that supports you at every step of the process, from ISTE-certified 3D printing training, lesson plans and student project ideas, to new guides, webinars and design challenges.
A seamless workflow ready for any learning or research environment, including our free cloud-based software with no student account creation required and other integrations.
The easiest-to-use 3D printer package designed with both educators and students in mind.
Standards-aligned lesson plans and the only comprehensive ISTE-certified 10-hour 3D printing and curriculum creation training included.
A seamless, classroom-ready workflow includes Print from Tinkercad™ and Google Chromebook integrations for easy 3D printing across multiple devices.
Bringing 3D printing and the classroom together in early stages of student development.
"I see the tangible project-based outcomes of student learning so vividly after our school purchased MakerBot. The integration of ideas are endless, powerful and FUN!"
8th Grade Science Teacher, Kings Mountain Middle School
Changing how student career pathways are developed.
“The reduction in time and skill needed to create objects increased the students’ learning cycles. they are able to jump right in again and design modifications or go on to new challenges.”
Faridodin “Fredi” Lajvardi, Marine Teacher at Carl Hayden High School
Expanding research development and unlocking new frontiers in research, learning and manufacturing settings.
“I believe that 3D printing is a valuable problem-solving tool and key competency for the future workforce. It was important to integrate this technology into our courses to give students a chance to use equipment that is currently being used within design and manufacturing companies today,”
Prof. Dr. Florian Finsterwalder
The Definitive Guide to 3D Printing in the Classroom.
Bring 3D printing to your school or classroom by using the MakerBot 2021 Grant Guide.
Developed with Technology and Engineering Educator Liz Gallo, the definitive guide for successful project planning.