Today we are pleased to announce that we have partnered with our first 3D printing distributor GoPrint3D. GoPrint3D are now resellers of the learnbylayers curriculum, so you can purchase a 3D printer and a ready to use curriculum in one go. One of the major headaches for teachers is what should lessons look like once they have the 3D printer? Now teachers can buy the printer and the curriculum at the same time. With this new partnership teachers can buy from a leading supplier with in depth knowledge of the machines and a globally recognised curriculum that reflects national education standards.
GoPrint3D helping teachers to get printing
GoPrint3D have been providing 3D printers to schools for the past 5 years and are one of the most reputable distributors of 3D printers in the UK. They provide printers for all budgets and have experience of working with the National STEM centre advising teachers on the best types of printers for their needs. With many schools needing support when they start out 3D printing, GoPrint3D can provide a bespoke service to get them up and running. GoPrint3D will be at the BETT show in London this week on the Robo stand G133 supporting the launch of Robo3D in the UK.
On the stand with GoPrint3D you will find the learnbylayers curriculum models printed out and also advice about the curriculum from the staff on the stand. If you are looking to buy a printer at the BETT show then GoPrint3D are currently the only distributors where you can buy the curriculum as an ‘add on’ with a printer.
Goprint3D sell an impressive array of 3D printers, from entry level FDM machines to more advanced SLA machines such as Formlabs, Ultimaker, Zortrax and Markedforge, they can provide a solution to whatever your needs are.
Phil Cotton, the founder of learnbylayers explained, “this is a great partnership which will help teachers start 3D printing from day one. When taking the plunge with integrating 3D printing into the classroom, many teachers have to trawl the internet for ideas and sift through any lesson plans they find to see if it will work for them or not. With learnbylayers partnering with GoPrint3D, teachers can save time and stress by starting with a high quality machine and support, along with a tried and tested teacher designed curriculum.”
At the show you can visit the Robo stand and view the new printers and also models from the curriculum printed on the stand. If you are visiting then make sure you stop the by the ROBO stand for more information.