MyStemKits 2-year Subscription Plus Three 3D Printers for Small Enterprise – Cloud access to over 150 3D-printable kits & lessons. Unlimited Printing Bundle

The MyStemKits library has over 150 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) kits with model assembly guides that are ready-to-stream to most 3D printers. Need a printer? No worries – this 2-year subscription includes three Dremel 3D40 Printers as shown in the product slides (incl. 3 build sheets and 1 filament spool) . Many kits have accompanying lessons designed in partnership with the Florida Center for Research in STEM based out of Florida State University. These vetted lessons are aligned with K-12 NGSS, Common Core and a growing group of state standards. Some of the most popular kits are the DNA kit, Golden Ratio kit, Touch Numbers kit, Catapult kit, Brain Anatomy kit and Ramp kit. Check the images and videos for a sampling of kits, model guides, and lessons. Enterprise subscriptions are unlimited printing plans, based on number of students, with no point counting or limits per month. This plan is designed for up to 500 students. Additionally, digital curriculum attachments are viewable before printing. Upon purchase, you will receive access credentials to the portal, including the ability to set up 8 educator accounts (1 per 30 students). From the MyStemKits Print Portal, you can browse available kits by either subject or grade and pick the kits that you want to review, print and build. We don’t decide what kits to send you each month – you decide which kits, when and how many, you will print. From the portal, the MyStemKits Printer Management Platform makes your experience intuitive and easy. The platform is mobile ready, and allows you to control multiple 3D printers and users from a single dashboard. Prints are preconfigured with print-specific attributes.

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  • Over 150 kits that stream directly to your 3D printer – no design skills or downloading required with this cloud-only accessible subscription.
  • 3 Dremel 3D40 Printers and Unlimited Printing! You choose the kits – Print what, when, and how many you want. Replace missing or broken parts too.
  • Perfect for educators who need classroom manipulatives and standards-driven lessons for their K-12 class rooms but do not have a printer
  • This two-year, Basic Enterprise Bundle is designed for small enterprises up to 250 students and is ideal for your media center, STEM lab, summer camp, after school program, or group of up to 8 teachers.
  • With digital curriculum attachments available to review before print, this plan is a great curriculum planning tool.

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MyStemKits 2-year Subscription Plus Five 3D Printers for Mid-Size Enterprise – Cloud access to over 150 3D-printable STEM kits & lessons. Bundle with Unlimited Printing!

The MyStemKits library has over 150 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) kits with model assembly guides that are ready-to-stream to most 3D printers. Need a printer? No worries – this 2-year subscription includes 5 Dremel 3D40 Printers as shown in the product slides (incl. 3 build sheets and 1 filament spool) . Many kits have accompanying lessons designed in partnership with the Florida Center for Research in STEM based out of Florida State University. These vetted lessons are aligned with K-12 NGSS, Common Core and a growing group of state standards. Some of the most popular kits are the Hominid Skull kit, Ones Tens Hundreds kit, Pizza Fractions kit and Ocean Topography kit. Check the images and videos for a sampling of kits, model guides, and lessons. Enterprise subscriptions are unlimited printing plans, based on number of students, with no point counting or limits per month. Additionally, digital curriculum attachments are viewable before printing. Upon purchase, you will receive access credentials to the portal, including the ability to set up 17 educator accounts (1 per 30 students). This plan is designed for 500 students. From the MyStemKits Print Portal, you can browse available kits by either subject or grade and pick the kits that you want to review, print and build. We don’t decide what kits to send you each month – you decide which kits, when and how many, you will print. Replace broken parts too. From the portal, the MyStemKits Printer Management Platform makes your experience intuitive and easy. The platform is mobile ready, and allows you to control multiple 3D printers and users from a single dashboard. Prints are preconfigured with print-specific attributes.

Product Features

  • Over 150 kits that stream directly to your 3D printer – no design skills or downloading required with this cloud-only accessible subscription.
  • 5 Dremel 3D40 Printers and Unlimited Printing! You choose the kits – Print what, when, and how many you want. Manage multiple printers and users from single dashboard.
  • Perfect for educators who need classroom manipulatives and standards-driven lessons for their K-12 class rooms but do not have a printer
  • This two-year, Mid Enterprise Bundle is designed for mid-size enterprises up to 500 students and is ideal for your media center, STEM lab, summer camp, after school program, or group of up to 17 teachers.
  • With digital curriculum attachments available to review before print, this plan is a great curriculum planning tool.

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MakerBot's 3D-printable Stegosaurus skeleton has classrooms in mind

150 million years ago, Stegosaurus dinosaurs roamed the Earth. In 2014, thanks to 3D printing technology, they could be roaming classrooms and homes.

3D printing firm MakerBot has launched a 96-piece Stegosaurus skeleton on its digital store, for teachers and amateur paleontologists to download and print out.

The skeleton design was created by the company’s in-house designers, takes around 48 minutes to print, and is being sold for $14.99 (around £9.65). It follows a previous T-Rex skeleton design launched by MakerBot.

“Our designers visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City to take photos and study the anatomical details of actual Stegosaurus fossils,” explained the company in a blog post unveiling the new model.

“Back at the studio, they worked to bring the skeleton to life in 3D by creating 3D renders of the skeleton, scaling the model down, and making sure it was reliably 3D printable. Once it was ready, they broke the design apart into multiple pieces to print on MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer build plates.”

The company is suggesting that the model may be useful for teachers in biology or geology lessons “to incorporate physical manipulatives in your instruction”, as well as for students exploring the potential of 3D printing itself.

The model shows how 3D printing could complement – note, not replace – the real dinosaur skeletons housed in museums.

London’s Natural History Museum recently acquired the world’s most complete Stegosaurus skeleton, “Sophie”, and put her on display in its Earth hall. Sophie’s skeleton is 5.6 metres long and 2.9 metres tall, and 85% intact – more than any other Stegosaurus specimen.

MakerBot’s 3D-printable version sits alongside a growing collection of designs on its digital store, including Sesame Street characters, houseware from lifestyle guru Martha Stewart, the US Library of Congress, and models of historic ships.

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