PrintLab Classroom – 1 Year Instructor Licence

PrintLab Classroom – 1 Year Instructor Licence

£1,918.80 inc. VAT

£1,599.00 ex. VAT

PrintLab Classroom is an online library of 3D printing lesson plans and professional development resources, including a 4 hour training course for teachers, detailing all aspects of 3D printing in the classroom. The instructor license provides businesses and organisations the opportunity to have unlimited commercial use of PrintLab curriculum in workshops, after-school clubs and other organised events. Enquire today to be sent the full product portfolio and further details.


Each lesson plan on the platform has its own section and comes with a broad range of downloadable materials, including step-by-step lesson plans, slide-show presentations, student workbooks, design tutorial videos and STL files.printlab-classroom-self-watering-planterTeachers are able to pick and choose from creative projects that focus on a range of key themes to support design thinking and project-based learning across all subject areas, including ‘Design for Disability’ and ‘Designing for a Zero Waste Economy’. 2 new lessons are also added to the library each month!


The low-cost combination of online training and lesson plans makes PrintLab Classroom the ultimate cross-curricular toolkit for schools looking to introduce 3D printing into core curriculum.


Platform Contents: 35 x Cross-Curricular Lesson Plans (2 New Lessons/Month), 1 x Online Certified Training Course, 1 x 3D Printing Guide for Teachers (Digital PDF)

Teaching Age Group: 9-14

3D Printer Compatibility: Any FFF machine

Software Required: Tinkercad (Free) / Fusion 360 (Coming soon)

Curriculum Standards: Aligned to UK National, NGSS & CCSS

Subject Areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths, Geography, History, Languages, Art, Computing, Music, Religion


Washington Junior High School

“I really like the lesson portal – I was excited to see lessons for subjects other than just science and technology. We have already done the Braille lesson in class and it went really well!”

Carrie Beach, STEAM Teacher