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"ULTIMAKER HAS A REPUTATION FOR BEING ONE OF THE MOST RELIABLE 3D PRINTERS AVAILABLE"


A – ACCESS


Fifty schools have been selected to have an Ultimaker at a discounted price to act as regional hubs for other institutions. The Cura software that is open source and free to Ultimaker users, allows an abundance of design software/scanners/downloaded templates to be printed accurately in 3D. Youmagine.com provides an international platform for people to access 3D ideas and collaborate and aid learning.


T – TEACHABILITY


We all know that the best way to show a clear understanding of a concept is to teach it to someone else. Ultimaker’s design approach encourages individuals to experiment independently and then share their progress with others. Cura software will be new to many people and the learning curve for many students will be more rapid than for some staff. The pupil teaching the teacher – modern collaboration in education at its best.


E – ECONOMICS


Ultimaker is already one of the most affordable options on the market; the kit version starts at an amazing £1,000. Education institutes cannot afford to be denying students the chance to change the world. On top of this all education institutes will receive a discount for multiple unit orders, thus allowing large numbers of teachers and pupils to unleash their creative potential. ET


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