3Doodler, ranked among one of the best 3D printing pens on the market by users and analysts, has unveiled a new educational kit that will enable children to design 3D objects in the classroom.
The company really took off after a successful campaign on Kickstarter (late 2012) and its products now target both professionals and children. However, in an interview with 3D Adept, Daniel Cowen founder and CEO of the company, laid emphasis on the importance of this tool for education.
It is therefore not a big surprise that this new pack is dedicated to that goal.
Kids (6 -13) will be the main users of the new Start Learning Pack Kit which is offered with 3Doodler Start Pens. In the kit, children can also make use of DoodlePads, DoodleBlocks, plastic strands and a set of resources teachers can exploit in their lesson plans, in their guides, activities or equipment manuals.
Furthermore, it should be noted that the advantage of the Teacher Experience kit is to enable them to discover the different kits through a demonstration prior to purchase. The packs are available for $29 or $59, depending on the size.
“These products represent 3Doodler’s continued commitment to inspire students pursuing STEM interests and passions,” said Leah Wyman, 3Doodler’s head of EDU, in a statement. “We pride ourselves on creating accessible 3D products and making it fun to learn in the classroom.”
3D printing is certainly a concern of 3Doodler as well as other companies (big and small) within the 3D printing industry. However, as far as 3D pens are concerned, keep in mind Daniel Cowen’s advices: “be patient” and “practice, practice, practice”. As the old saying says: practice makes perfect.
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