3D Printers

Ultimaker 2+ & Ultimaker 2 Extended+

Currently the most popular choice of Ultimaker 3D printer for schools, FE and HE environments, as it is a great value all-around professional desktop 3D printer that delivers consistent results. Engineered to perform, the Ultimaker 2+ is reliable, efficient, and user-friendly. With a simple display and control dial, even very young students can operate this printer independently with a little prior instruction.

Ultimaker 3 & Ultimaker 3 Extended

The Ultimaker 3 provides reliable dual extrusion with soluble support material, swappable print cores and wireless control. This premium professional desktop printer allows for prints with more complex geometries to be created. This provides greater opportunities for design, technology and engineering students in Further and Higher Education as well as for Secondary (KS4 and KS5) exam project work.

Ultimaker 2 Go

Ultimaker 2 Go

Small in size, but big in print quality, the Ultimaker 2 Go is the most powerful little 3D printer around. This printer is perfect if the available school or departmental budget is tight but you still want the quality and reliability of a professional desktop printer. The portability is a bonus if you are sharing a printer across different classrooms or departments in school or even across a cluster of schools.

Ultimaker Original

Ultimaker Original+

This DIY 3D printer kit, allows you to build your own reliable and accurate 3D printer at a fraction of the cost of purchasing a fully assembled printer, this provides a perfect STEM project. Students can get involved in assembling the printer and learning valuable skills in the process such as teamwork, communication and collaboration in addition to gaining valuable technical skills and insight into how 3D printers are engineered.

Curriculum Products

Kideville Starter Kit

Kideville, is a collaborative city design project for children, with a full curriculum for teachers. Each student gets a design brief for a building, and they are guided through a term-long process of research, ideation, sketching, urban planning, 3D design and printing. This curriculum includes teamwork, project management and practical skills that equip children for jobs of the future.