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ISTE 2018 Preview: See The 3D Printers, Make Magazine Calls Easiest To Use

In The K-12 Classroom You Want Easy To Use 3D Printers, Afinia Delivers.

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Over the last several years 3D Printers have gone from a fun thing to having in an art room or a maker space to a necessity in most K-12 schools.

Making, STEM/STEAM are bringing the world of science, technology, engineering, art and math together in a hands on way never seen before in schools. 3D Printers are far more than the equipment found in wood shop classrooms in days of old.

Schools using project based learning are finding 3D Printers an essential part of their learning and teaching tools. Science teachers are teaching students how to build things from scratch that they can go and code later, 3D Printers are an important part of that as well.

In several schools students are even creating products to sell for entrepreneurship classes and fundraisers with you guessed it, 3D Printers.

We’ve profiled a lot of 3D printer companies on nibletz.com and recently found Afinia.

One of the keys to 3D printing in a classroom today is just how easy the device is to set up, run and even clean up. According to industry favorite, Make Magazine, Afinia is the “Easiest To Set Up” and that should definitely not go unnoticed.

CNet.com gave the company’s H Series Printers “a very strong review” in their 3D printer shoot out.

In addition to ease of setup, Afinia knows that education is a huge part of their business and as such has made sure their printers are as safe as possible for young operators.

Afinia Printers are ready to use right out of the box and are priced competitively for the education market.

You can see Afinia’s lineup of 3D Printers for the K-12 Classroom at ISTE 2018 in Chicago, June 24-27th, Booth #2458 and online at afinia.com