SKETCH Classroom

The ideal classroom setup

The SKETCH platform supplies you with what you need to integrate 3D printing into the new school year successfully — whether that’s back in the classroom or teaching from home.

The comprehensive 3D printer solution designed to accelerate learning and design-thinking. Parents and Educators can offer the ideal 3D printing experience to drive 3D printing classroom success right from the start. 

Maximise Innovation among your students

  • The access you need to print your students’ projects and keep innovation going strong
  • Combine Hybrid Classroom Teaching with Hands on Learning
  • Unlock students' creative potential with accessible 3D printing merged with project-based learning

Reliable Prints Everytime - Heated and Flexible Buildplate

Heated build plate for secure, successful printing and a flexible surface to make removing finished prints a breeze.

Intuitive Interface - Touch Screen Controls

Start, monitor and pause your students' prints with an intuitive interface, designed for easy 3D printing navigation.

Classroom Friendly - Enclosed Chamber and Particulate Filter

Place your printer anywhere in the classroom without worrying about curious hands and print with peace of mind with a particulate filter installed in each printer.

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SKETCH System Specifications

System Size
433.4mm (H) x 423.1mm (W) x 365.0mm (D) 
 [17in (H) x 16.6in (W) x 14.4in (D)]  
System Weight
11.8 kg [26 lb]
Maximum Build Size (XYZ)
150mm x 150mm x 150mm [5.9in x 5.9in x 5.9in] 


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SKETCH Materials

MakerBot Sketch PLA Material

MakerBot Sketch Tough Material

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Educators Guidebook

The popular and easy-to-use guide for 3D printing returns with its third edition. Covering a crash-course in 3D printing and how to begin integrating it into the classroom, projects spanning Robotics, Engineering, Mathematics, Science as well as projects for Art, History, and Music, and a collection of techniques and tricks developed by educators already experienced with 3D printing.

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