3D Printers Designed for Education
Unlocking Everyone's Imagination, Inspiration, Curiosity and Creativity
3D Printers Built for Education: Safe, Smart, and Simple
3D Printing + 3D design experience prepares students for a multitude of 21st century careers.
robo E3 Compact 3D Printer
robo E3 Pro Professional grade 3D Printer
Turn-key, ready to use right out of the box with tutorial videos to make it easy for even the most beginner users.
Fully enclosed 3D printers with HEPA filter for safety in classrooms, makerspaces, and libraries.
Wi-Fi + Hot Spot enabled for Chromebook and iPad compatibility including Robo cloud printing.
Standards-Driven STEAM Curriculum, Virtual STEM Kits, and 3D-Print Library
Over 350 standards-driven lesson plans using 3D printing, robotics, sensors, and virtual simulations to teach STEM in the classroom.
A tool is only as good as its uses. MySTEMKits has assembled all the resources you need to use your MimioSTEM solutions successfully and effectively in your classrooms.
Included in each project:
10+ page lesson plan
3D print files & assembly instructions
Student activities and handouts
350+ Lesson Plans and engineering Design Challenges spanning STEM-related topics with a Math and Science focus.
Standards-driven curriculum developed by a leading research university aligned to NGSS, Common Core, and State Standards in every lesson.
Compatible with over 75+ different 3D printers and various sensor brands. Use this content with your existing STEM tools in any learning environment.
Teachers can browse content by product, subject, and/or grade level.
Robo’s 3D printers are built for educators with an easy-to-use interface compatibility with Google Chromebooks and Apple iPads and are complemented by an extensive range of STEM lesson plans.
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 fullly tactile means to create the solutions they seek in real time.