Dremel Digilab 3D40 3D Printer, Idea Builder and Education Accessories (Lesson Plans, Professional Development Course, build plate, build tape, filament)

The Dremel Digilab 3D40 Idea Builder 3D printer is Dremel’s best 3D printer for classroom use or to use at home. 3D printing beginners, teachers and children alike will appreciate the large 4.5″ full color touchscreen with an intuitive interface for easy use, the removable glass build plate that makes it easy to remove prints and is resistant to drops and the fully enclosed sturdy plastic design that keeps curious hands out and also makes the printer quiet and safe. You can easily connect the printer to Wifi and use the included remote printing software to send prints from wherever you are. The printer has a high accuracy with a 100 micron layer height, but you can also print very quickly with the 300 micron layer height setting. You can print using the included cloud software, the included Dremel Digilab 3D Slicer for Windows or Mac, or your favorite 3D software that supports .gcode, .g or .g3drem files such as Cura, Simplify3D, Craftware, KISSlicer, Slic3r or Repetier. Once you start slicing your own files you can take advantage of the large 6″ x 10″ x 6.7″ (402 cu in) build volume. With 85 years of reliable quality, Dremel is an established brand that you can trust to support you throughout your journey. By purchasing a Dremel 3D printer, you will have lifetime access to unrivaled Dremel customer service as well as an industry-best 1 year warranty. All the help you need will be just a quick email, live chat or phone call away. This kit also contains everything else you need to successfully bring 3D printing to your classroom. Start printing out of the box with 30 standards aligned lesson plans, developed alongside partners with years of experience developing curriculum. The lesson plans teach students how to solve open-ended problems by creating their own models and prototypes, testing them out, and iterating to make improvements. They will learn how to work effectively in teams, and of course they will learn about 3D printing too. The kit also includes a professional development course with quizzes and a final exam that allows you to get 4 hours of your yearly professional development requirement out of the way. The kit also includes 3 spools of filaments in different colors, extra build tape for your build platform, and an extra Dremel build platform so that you can easily swap out platforms between prints. Everything you need to bring the magic of 3D printing to your classroom.

Product Features

  • Includes the Dremel Digilab 3D40 Idea Builder, Dremel’s easiest to setup and use 3D printer perfect for the classroom
  • Start printing with your classroom right out of the box with 30 standards-aligned lesson plans
  • Teach students how to solve open-ended problems by creating their own models and prototypes
  • Get 4 hours of professional development credits with the included 3D printing course for teachers
  • Expand your students’ projects with 3 spools of filament (black, blue, orange) and quickly start your next print with an extra glass build plate

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The World's First Freeform 3D-Printed House Enters Development Phase

The World’s First Freeform 3D-Printed House Enters Development Phase

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WATG Urban’s first prize design for The Freeform Home Design Challenge in 2016 is now moving one step closer to becoming a reality. Since winning the competition, WATG‘s Chicago office has been developing the winning design, dubbed Curve Appeal, alongside Branch Technology. Curve Appeal is now undergoing the “wall section testing, research and development phase” with an anticipated goal of breaking ground later this year. This revolutionary project could change the way we construct complex, freeform structures.

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The design for Curve Appeal is derived from the Case Study Houses developed between 1945-1966. The Case Study House program strived to reinvent the modern house using easier and less expensive construction techniques. Many of the program’s architects were celebrated for their innovation in minimalist materials and the integration of open-plan living spaces that maximized natural light. “Employing many of the same modernist design principles, Curve Appeal is the next evolutionary step” in modern residential design.

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Branch Technology’s innovation in the 3D-printing process opens the door for the creation of more complex design forms, making them much easier and less expensive to construct. “The arching form provides structural rigidity to the residence, using various spring points throughout the floor plan, allowing the structure to carry roof loads and provide large open-plan living spaces, shaping structures in new ways without any restrictions.”

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Enlisting the services of Thornton Tomasetti, the team has been printing test beams and partial wall sections to examine their load bearing capabilities. In generic printed beam tests, a three-foot-long beam could carry a load of approximately 3,600 pounds, while only weighing five pounds, explained the architects. The maximum load bearing qualities of each individual printed member will be the next stage of testing.

Also enlisting the work of United States Gypsum, WATG and Branch Technology have been researching “a variety of gypsum material components (including gypsum spray foam and other innovative solutions provided by United States Gypsum’s research and development department)” that could be applied to the printed structure to work as fire protection, structural reinforcement, and to create a substrate for the application of other wall finish materials. WATG and Branch Technology have also engaged Interface, a high-performance mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design firm, “to design a passive mechanical system with the aim of making the house net-zero-energy.”

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Steps away from the Tennessee River in Chattanooga, the site for Curve Appeal allows for the building to blend seamlessly into the wooded area while also being protected from solar heat gain. “WATG is currently producing detailed design drawings and working in collaboration with the City of Chattanooga to ensure the project is advancing according to the intended timeline.”

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Novelty LED Tempo Music Movement Education IQ and EQ Development DIY Colorful Speaker Light Wave Kit Electronic Learning Welding Assemble Technician Engineer Talent Kit 5V USB Power W/Cable MS-E7

If you like to DIY, this music spectrum electronic DIY kit was the one which you cannot miss!
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Material: PCB + Electronic components
Working Voltage: 5V USB power supply
Installation: DIY welding assemble
Item Size: Approx. 10.8 * 7 * 1.6cm / 4.25 * 2.76 * 0.63in
Item Weight: Approx. 126g / 4.42oz
Package Weight: Approx. 130g / 4.56oz

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1 * Electronic DIY Kit

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  • It is easy to assemble.
  • Really a fun job! You would enjoy the fun while DIY this product.
  • This is a nice kit with good quality and a pretty transparent enclosure.
  • With this great DIY kit, you get a nice display that the kids love to look at.
  • Equipped with some nuts, screws and other electronic components for you to do it by yourself.

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Novelty LED Tempo Music Movement Education IQ and EQ Development DIY Colorful Speaker Light Wave Kit Electronic Learning Welding Assemble Technician Engineer Talent Kit 5V USB Power W/Cable MS-E9

If you like to DIY, this music spectrum electronic DIY kit was the one which you cannot miss!
This was a fun little project that you can do it with your kids, and surely you and your kids would love that!

Product Features:
This spectrum electronic DIY kit has a novel design and looks Novelty.
This spectrum electronic DIY kit need to assemble by yourself, it need more patience and careful.
Practical to challenge your manual skills.
Creative to use your genius.
Leisure for enjoy the fun of DIY.

Product Specifications:
Material: PCB + Electronic components
Working Voltage: 5V USB power supply
Installation: DIY welding assemble
Item Size: Approx. 10.8 * 7 * 1.6cm / 4.25 * 2.76 * 0.63in
Item Weight: Approx. 126g / 4.42oz
Package Weight: Approx. 130g / 4.56oz

Package List:
1 * Electronic DIY Kit

Product Features

  • It is easy to assemble.
  • Really a fun job! You would enjoy the fun while DIY this product.
  • This is a nice kit with good quality and a pretty transparent enclosure.
  • With this great DIY kit, you get a nice display that the kids love to look at.
  • Equipped with some nuts, screws and other electronic components for you to do it by yourself.

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