There are plenty of fancy 3D printers available for adults these days. Not all of them are suitable to share with your kids though. If you are looking to teach your young ones a thing or two about 3D printing, you may want to give these units a look:
FlashForge Finder: a WiFi enhanced 3D printer with a non-heated build plate and plastic alloy construction. It has a 3.5″ touchscreen display for easy control. Has a build volume of 140 L X 140 W X 140 H mm.
Yeehaw: an app smart 3D printer for kids that lets them design and print their own toys. Yeehaw calibrates and monitors itself. It comes with a removable platform and safety door. It automatically stops if there is unexpected movement.
Sculpto: lets you 3D print your own toys and spare parts. You can create 3D models in programs like Sketchup and import them for one-click printing.
Rever: a WiFi enabled 3D printer for kids with iOS and Android support. It has a translucent safety door that lets your kids watch the printing process in a safe fashion.
ULIO: a 3D printer that was 3D printed to teach your kids STEM concepts. Users will learn how to draft ULIO with CAD, assemble mechanical parts, and connect electronics.
M3D Micro 3D Printer: a compact machine that lets you download and print models fast. It has built-in auto-calibration technology and quiet operation. It measures 7.3″ L x 7.3″ W x 7.3″ H.
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