Ultimaker Design Engine Starter Pack
Limited-time offer from Ultimaker
Any educators who purchase an Ultimaker 3D printer may request a complimentary Design Engine Starter Pack, a set of 250 playing cards designed to develop your problem solving abilities by fulfilling 3D printing challenges! Each card contains a fun, engaging activity to help gain skills and achieve more success with desktop 3D printers. Offer valid while supplies last only.
If you are in the process of purchasing an Ultimaker 3D printer, you can simply add the Starter Pack to your cart. If you have already purchased an Ultimaker, you can contact us at email@example.com or 800-689-4344 to inquire into getting your free Starter Pack shipped to you.
* Offer valid in North America only while supplies last.
3D Printing for Schools, Libraries, and Universities
3D Universe is on the approved vendor list for a large number of institutional clients ranging from K-12 schools and libraries to non-profits and Ivy League Schools. We offer a competitive Educational Discount to organizations that qualify. Discounts apply to all 3D Printers, Filaments and Accessories.
Purchasing Departments needing Sales Quotations, W-9's, or Educational Discount information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 800-689-4344. 3D Universe gladly accepts Purchase Orders on Net 30 Terms from schools and libraries in the United States for Orders of $500 or more.
3D Printing In Every Classroom
Learn More from 3D Universe.org
With the rising demand of STEM requirements, a growing number of schools are adopting 3D printers as a powerful component of their curriculum. With a growing focus on hands-on practical learning, 3D printing is becoming a valuable tool for today’s education.
This is a topic we've explored in depth on our blog. Read more about it in the following articles:
The 3D Universe Educator's Collection
The following products tend to be popular with our educational/institutional customers. Included in this collection are e-NABLE Kits for 3D printed prosthetic devices. These tend to make for an excellent project for students, not only for learning but for contributions to their community. Learn more at enablingthefuture.org.