In fact, today’s announcement will enable D&H to add the 3D printers and scanners to its K-12 education offerings, and product training via D&H’s well-respected Solution Lab. As of this writing, MakerBot has its 3D printers and scanners in over 5000 educational institutions, and the company was one of the first 3D printer manufacturers to make the technology more affordable.
“MakerBot is a true market pioneer, offering a comprehensive and accessible MakerBot 3D Ecosystem of 3D printing and design solutions. The company’s strategy to deliver a breadth of support and instructional materials, from software apps to educational sessions to its MakerCare program, is aligned with D&H’s own mission to help communicate the terrific potential of this burgeoning category,” said Jeff Davis, Senior Vice President, Sales, D&H Distributing.
For more information about the MakerBot products to be offered by D&H, please contact your D&H representative.