Why Does Airwolf 3D Offers the Best 3D Printer for Schools an Classroom Settings?
This 3d printer is much, much easier to use, maintain, and set up than other printers. It will also print faster and more accurately than anything else you will find in this price range. Here are seven reasons making Airwolf 3D printer the best 3D printer for schools:
Lesson Plans: Did you know that Airwolf 3D also provides lesson plans and curriculum documentation to get educators started? Click here to see our 3D printer curriculum page.
Speed: Airwolf 3D Printers are fast. Students can often see their object materialize before a 1 hour class is over.
Reliability: Our 3D printers are very dependable. We have machines running with 1,000′s of hours still going strong with original components.
Durable: These 3D printers can take much abuse and still operate very well. Replacement components will not break the bank as most parts are under $50 and can easily be found on the internet.
Low maintenance: The only maintenance required is the occasional lubrication of bearings or tensioning of belts.
User friendly: Our machines are very user friendly and are backed by exceptional customer support. Support is offered by telephone, user manual and our customer support center.
Low cost: Airwolf 3D Printers are affordable. In the past 3D printers were cost prohibitive. Now this emerging technology has become affordable and easily accessible to the masses. A school can have a dependable and high performance desktop 3D printer in the classroom for as low as $1,695 (cost of the Airwolf V5 on 02/24/13). Gone are the days of expensive printer supplies and costly maintenance. Schools can buy 3d printing material for as low as $20 per pound of filament. This is roughly enough material to make approximately 50 student projects the size of a smart phone cover.
Proven performance: Airwolf 3D printers are in 100′s of classrooms around the world, including Jenkins Middle School (CO), Florida State University, St. Andrews University (NC), Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, a trade school in China, and Roseville and Huntington Beach High Schools (CA).