Bring 3D printing into the classroom!

3D printing develops creativity and technical thinking in a fun way. It is one of the most popular new technologies in modern education. Do you want to use 3D printing in your teaching but don’t know how to get started? We can help you! We de- velop and manufacture the world-famous ORIGINAL PRUSA 3D printers. For all schools, universities and other educational institutions, we are launching the Prusa Education program to help you with 3D printing both technically and didactically.

  • Database of projects and lesson plans
  • Individual discount offers
  • Special consumables and parts packages
  • Advice from 3D printing experts
  • Prusa Academy beginners’ courses 

Why choose a solution from Prusa Research?

Complete solution directly from the manufacturer

We do not resell third-party products and we have all the know-how first-hand. We manufacture the printers ourselves, provide our own software and filament.

Projects with lesson plans and Academy beginners' courses

We don't want to just sell you a printer and leave it on your own. We offer training and ready to use projects for free, either as inspiration or for use in teaching.

Safe operation and easy maintenance

Our printers are easy to use and have user-friendly manuals, suitable even for complete beginners. They are used by hundreds of thousands of people all over the world.

No vendor lock-in on filament and consumables

We don't lock-in customers in any way. Our printers are open source, fully compatible with third-party programs and materials.

Great nonstop User Support

We offer 24/7 tech support via live chat and email in seven languages. Our printers come with detailed instructions and guides for easy assembly and maintenance.

Who can participate in Prusa Education

  • Elementary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Colleges and Universities
  • After School Clubs
  • Libraries
  • Public workshops and maker labs
  • And more (if you’re not sure, sign up – we’ll get back to you anyway)

Well, you have an interesting idea,
for using 3D printing in your classroom?