Education Pricing Program

LulzBot 3D Printers for education are reliable, easy to use tools for learning, innovation, and inspiration.
Get exclusive 3D printer educational discounts and bundles for your school, library, or makerspace below.

 Get Started >> 

Click here for LulzLessons, our free 3D printing curriculum!

"Ideas Made Real" licensed CC BY-SA 4.0 International © 2017 System76, Inc.

3D printers in schools create an immersive learning environment for a wide range of curricula, from STEAM programs to makerspaces.

When students are engaged they see real-world relevance, increasing their motivation to learn. For this reason, 3D printers have become a powerful tool in education, bridging the gap between classroom concepts and reality with hands-on learning.

― 3D Printers ―

Made for Education

Plug and Play

Go from unboxing to 3D printing in under an hour using our quick start guide. Cura LulzBot Edition makes 3D printing easy with over 30+ materials. Just load, click, and print.

Tools That Last

LulzBot hardware is made in USA using domestic and imported parts. Our unwavering commitment to quality means your 3D printer will be enjoyed for years with minimal maintenance.

USA based Tech Support

Receive fast and friendly support when you need it. Our highly-acclaimed phone and email technical support is available five days a week.

― Learn ―

How To 3D Print

Step 1: The Model

How Do I Get A Model?

The easiest way to get started with LulzBot 3D printers for education is by downloading free, ready-made models from one of several online repositories. Find repositories and browse thousands of models here.

Want to make your own models? Use 3D modeling software, like FreeCAD, OpenSCAD, or Blender, to design and export your 3D model.

A 3D model wireframe
Step 2: Slicing Software

What Software is Needed?

3D slicing software converts your model into a set of instructions called G-code, which tells your 3D printer what to do.

LulzBot 3D Printers come with free slicing software, Cura LulzBot Edition, which features quick print profiles and 200+ customization settings for advanced users.

The model is loaded in Cura LulzBot Edition
Step 3: Choose Your Material

What Material Should I Use?

LulzBot 3D Printers use 3mm filament and support 30+ materials out of the box. Choose your material based on physical properties or intended application.

  • PLA, a classroom favorite, is inexpensive and produces great prints for light duty uses.
  • ABS, Nylon, and Polycarbonates are ideal for high-strength and high-temperature applications.
  • Specialty filaments include flexible materials, metal composites, wood composites, and more.

A roll of 3mm nGen 3D printer filament
Step 4: The 3D Printers

Which 3D Printer Should I Get?

The LulzBot Mini 2 is a portable, easy to use 3D printer that comes fully assembled. Users are often able to go from box to printing in under an hour.
Print Volume: 160mm x 160mm x 180mm

The LulzBot TAZ Pro & Workhorse both have nearly double the print volume. The Pro offers more advanced features like dual extrusion for soluble supports and multi-material prints.
Print Volume: 280 mm x 280 mm x 285 mm

Both printers can be retrofitted with an enclosure. This enclosure helps keep curious hands and paws away from heated and moving parts of your 3D printer.

Education Discounts & Bundles ➔

LulzBot Mini's on the production floor

― Education ―

Discounts & Bundles

3D printer educational discounts and bundle options include LulzBot 3D Printers with safety enclosures, extended warranties, filament starter packs, and more. Whether you're just getting started or have advanced 3D printing requirements, we'll work to find a bundle that best suits your needs.

Ready to get started with LulzBot 3D printers for education? Use the form below to get 3D printer educational discounts, prices, bundle options, submit purchase orders, or learn how to integrate 3D printing into your classroom or library.

Get Started Here

Access education price discounts, ready-to-teach bundles, and more.

How Can We Help?

By completing this form you consent to: the processing and storing of the data you have provided in this form, contact from us in response to your request and possible later communication related to your request, and to the Privacy Policy.
Learn more about our Privacy Policy