Dremel, a trusted manufacturer of tools for life and learning, has recently declared a 3D printer designed to support teachers and demystify 3D printing technology in the classroom. The Dremel 3D Idea Builder marks Dremel’s first foray into the education market, extending the reliable brand’s reach from workshop to classroom.
The Dremel 3D Idea Builder is made specifically for education, with easy-to-use software and lesson plans. Written by interdisciplinary curriculum experts, the 3D printer’s comprehensive teaching and learning kits integrate with existing STEM curriculum.
In order to prepare students for the future career landscape, the Dremel 3D Idea Builder nurtures their confidence to explore, create and solve problems. The 3D printer enables students to design and build their own digital models and then interact with their models in the physical space – ultimately enhancing retention of abstract concepts. Dremel supports this endeavour by providing 10 curriculum-based lesson plans and 3D model kits designed specifically for exploring STEM education with the nuances of 3D printing.
Easy and safe to use, the Dremel 3D Idea Builder features a fully enclosed workspace to ensure clean building conditions in classrooms. The printer’s reduced noise quality minimizes distractions while printing.