Launch Invite: Comworth’s 3D printers drive future of education

Comworth Technologies is launching the latest 3D printers for schools next week in Auckland at the Future Learning Environments Conference.

The Kiwi technology firm and conference sponsor is officially launching its range of 3D printers at a function to be held at the Stamford Plaza, Auckland.

Comworth Technologies will showcase its latest 3D printer models from XYZ printing along with the opportunity to network with leaders in the education industry.

Ministry of Education officials and educators from tertiary institutions and secondary schools will be attending the function, and learning about the 3D technology that is changing the way that students create and learn.

3D printing is driving greater engagement and interest in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects, and is having a positive impact on learning outcomes.

Recently introduced to the New Zealand market, 3D printers such as the XYZ Printing Da Vinci 1.0 are making a huge impression on the education sector.

Retailing at under $900 per device, the attractive price point makes teaching and learning with 3D technology affordable for schools. The Da Vinci 1.0 is user-friendly, with no technical knowledge or 3D expertise required.

Consumables are also inexpensive, with a 600gm cartridge retailing at around $45, printing designs for under 9c per gram. This results in a cost of under $5 for most printed models.

The cocktail function to officially launch Comworth’s range of 3D printers will be held at the end of day one of the conference at the Stamford Plaza, 5:15pm – 6:00pm  Tuesday 29th July.

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