3D Printing in the Classroom

Integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math in Education

Airwolf AXIOM 3D printers are becoming an essential learning tool in classrooms of middle schools, high schools, colleges, and universities. Does your school teach subjects such as engineering design, computer aided design, drafting, 3D modeling, art, architecture, or related courses? 3D printers provide an alternative way to learning these subjects by giving students hands-on experience. Students can apply the concepts they learn and use them in practical applications to develop skills they can use out in the real world.


3D Printing Gets Students Excited About Learning

3D printing is an interactive technology that engages students of all ages. They can see their designs on the computer screen become tangible 3D objects right in front of their eyes.

3D Printing Inspires Creativity and Team Work

Students can express their imagination through 3D printing. Working in teams help them develop communication skills to accomplish a project together.

3D Printing Develops Problem Solving Skills

Sometimes, a design concept doesn’t come out the way it’s intended. 3D printing shows students mistakes are part of the learning process. They develop determination to solve their own problems until they find a solution.

Why Airwolf AXIOM 3D Printers are Great for Learning?

Proven Performance

Airwolf 3D printers are implemented in 100’s classrooms around the world.

User Friendly, Even for Kids

Easy to use for kids of all ages from middle school to university and college students.

Low Cost

Airwolf 3D printers and printing materials are affordable even for schools with tight budgets.

Fast Printing Speed

Students can typically see their objects materialize within the span of a 1 hour class session.

Reliable 3D Printer

The 3D printers run 1,000’s of hours and are still going strong using original components.

Low Maintenance

Requires only occasional lubrication of bearings or tensioning of belts.

Schools using Airwolf 3D Printers include

  • Vista del Mar Middle School
  • Anaheim High School
  • USC Roski School of Fine Arts
  • Jenkins Middle School
  • Huntington Beach High Schools
  • Stanford University
  • Arizona State University
  • Cerritos College
  • University of Florida
  • Texas Tech University
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3D Printing Programs Supporting STEM Education

Integrated Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education is becoming increasingly important in today’s technology-driven world. Teachers are tasked with trying to entice kids towards STEM. Getting a 3D Printed Drone Kit or hosting a 3D Printer Maker Challenge for your school helps kids gain a deeper understanding of the subjects and provides them with a greater appreciation of how important technology is in their daily lives.

Educational Drone Kit

The Drone kit is a great addition to any classroom. Your students can 3D print, build, and fly their very own 250mm-sized quadcopter. They can see their hard work in action.

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3D Printer Maker Challenge

Start a 3D Printer Maker Challenge for your school, district, or educational coalition and receive a $1,000 sponsorship cash award to winning students of the Maker Challenge!

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Learn How to Incorporate 3D Printing into Your School

Receive a free download of the 3D Printing Curriculum which includes complete STEM lesson plans to introduce students to 3D printing.

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