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We are proud to offer special education pricing, and support educators like you with a one-year warranty and customer support standard. Plus, you can extend that warranty and support for up to three additional years. Connect with our team to learn more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educational Equipment That You Control
LulzBot desktop 3D printers are built with Free Software, Libre Innovation, and Open Source Hardware, so you are in control as an educator. You can teach and modify the hardware, software, and materials, or simply rely on our proven LulzBot platform to reliably integrate into your programs.
With dozens of supported materials, bring ideas to life in standard plastics, nylon, metal, conductive, glow-in-the-dark, UV-reactive, polyesters, and more. Compatible software includes Cura LulzBot Edition, FreeCAD, Blender, OpenSCAD, Slic3r, Octoprint, MatterControl, and more.
What Educators are Saying
- Dr. Joshua Pearce, Michigan Tech (Read More)
- School Library Journal (Read More)
- Library Journal (Read More)
- Jason Griffey, Founder of Evenly Distributed and Berkman Fellow at Harvard University (Learn More)
Lucile Erwin Middle School: Fostering Design Thinking in Education With 3D Printing
Education is evolving. At Lucile Erwin Middle School in Loveland, Colorado, USA, educators are using the latest 3D printing technology as a tool to solve problems through rapid prototyping and production. Read the full case study
Michigan Tech: Opening Up Sustainability Technology
Dr. Joshua Pearce is changing the way major universities teach sustainable technology and other sciences. Using Open Source Hardware and LulzBot 3D printers, Pearce has saved the university tens of thousands of dollars, and has lead the Michigan Tech Open Sustainability Technology (MOST) Lab along the way. Read the full case study
Loveland Public Library: Empowering Patrons Through 3D Printing
Whether you want to stay on the cutting edge of technology or have fun making things, Loveland Public Library, located in Loveland, Colorado, USA, has its patrons covered by offering the resource of 3D printing with LulzBot 3D printers. Read the full case study
Download a Case Study
You can read about LulzBot 3D printers in education by downloading our case study about Dr. Joshua Pearce and his students at Michigan Technological University, download the LulzBot education case study (PDF format) here.
Join the LulzBot Community Today
Join the global community of educators around the world using LulzBot desktop 3D printers to engage students, families, donors, researchers, library patrons, and other education stakeholders. Learn more and save money on a LulzBot today, email us at email@example.com.