Y Soft has announced that its 3D printing solution, YSoft be3D eDee, is now available for educators in North America.
The 3D printing solution for education includes the eDee printer, 3D/2D SafeQ print management software, DeeControl layering software, 3D filaments, and now, free access to YSoft be3D Academy.
The eDee printer has an enclosed chassis, which shields students from moving parts and high temperatures needed to layer the plastic material that forms the 3D object. It also helps control unauthorized access to the printing space through doors that can be unlocked only by authentication.
The eDee printer uses PLA (polylactic acid) filament, an odorless and non-toxic, biodegradable biopolymer.
The print management solution can also manage a 2D print fleet, offering schools the ability to reduce 2D and 3D print costs, improve productivity, and increase document security across the board.
“We are excited to offer the YSoft be3D eDee solution to teachers and educators here in North America,” commented Elke Heiss, chief marketing officer, Y Soft. She added, “We know that creating a unique hands-on, immersive learning experience sparks ideas and makes education more fun. When students are more engaged, their motivation for learning increases, the quality of teaching improves.” Y Soft, in partnership with Konica Minolta, is introducing YSoft eDee 3D printing solution for education on Saturday, February 8 at the STEAM Unity Expo event at Vista del Lago High School in Southern California.
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