Konica Minolta Extends 3D-Printing Offerings for Education with Dremel 3D Printers, MyStemKits
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. reports that it’s extending its 3D-printer products for education with the Dremel 3D Printers and MyStemKits curriculum, both of which are available for purchase from Konica Minolta’s direct and dealer channels.
Dremel 3D printers are said to incorporate 3D printing in a unique way, starting with the educational standards and building from there via lesson plans and hands-on learning to.
The MyStemKits curriculum provides kits that cover a wide range of subject matter: from invention and design to modeling and building. The curriculum also includes teacher guides, 1:1 customer support, UL certification and the industry’s best warranty.
Also available for education is the Dremel IdeaBuilder 3D40 STEM Package, which includes a 3D40 Dremel printer, three rolls of 3D printer filament, a USB with 30 curriculum aligned
lessons for schools and teachers, a four-month free trial to MyStemKits.com, an online self-paced four-credit hour course, and one on-site (4-6 hours) day of professional development.
For more information on Konica Minolta’s 3D-printing products for education, visit Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. here.
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