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MakerBot Replicator Z18 3D Printer
By MakerBot

The MakerBot Replicator Z18 3D Printer has a massive build volume, you will be able to make extra-large and ultra-tall industrial prototypes, models and products. Using the MakerBot Replicator Z18 3D Printer you will also be able to print multiple things at once, so you can get to work on your next design sooner.

£7,188.18

£6,048.15

Primary Education


At Daemon3D Print, we believe that Primary Education is the platform to foster the development of future engineers and entrepreneurs by introducing and engaging young people into the world of 3D Printing.


Introducing 3D printing to children from years 1-6, is a great way to get them thinking about scientific method and design process, all whilst sparking their interest and getting them stuck in. 3D printing can help students strengthen their hand-eye coordination, visual/spatial skills, and enhance their curiosity, using their imagination to its full potential.


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Landhead Primary School, Northern Ireland

Michelle Henry, Principal of the Landhead Primary School had configured her 3D printer, but made one small mistake, Daemon3D Print was happy to sort it out for her and get her and her Pupils printing their designs.


"Thank you so very much. Our 3D Printer arrived ‘home’ today. I checked the machine after it had travelled and am now printing. It is working! I have to say you have been efficient and helpful throughout. So happy and thank you."

Secondary Education


3D printing gives students the chance to take a project from design to manufacture; allowing them to actively engage in experimentation, analysis and fabrication; designing their parts, understanding the effects print parameter settings have on the appearance and performance of their product and then actually printing their products as effectively and efficiently as possible.


Students can learn to apply 3D printing to their own lives by creating things that they can use, such as cricket bats for PE class, ancient artefacts for history, or mouthpieces for instruments in music. Establishing interest in design, experimentation and engineering can be fundamental for Students’ future education and career options.


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St Paul’s School, London

"First class service from Daemon3D Print. Initial enquiries on our school’s requirements for a new 3D printer were met with enthusiastic, in-depth explanations and suggestions. Their knowledge is a testament to their passion for the 3D printing industry. The ordering process to purchase our Delta Wasp 2040 was very straight-forward. Communication during the transaction was proactive and swift. The machine arrived on schedule, was easy to set up and delivered the build quality, size and speed we required straight out of the box.


Even after a user error caused the extruder motor assembly on the unit to become clogged, Daemon3D were again able and willing to help. After a back-to-base visit, they kindly diagnosed and resolved the issue with a hands-on attitude and approach that is hard to come by. "

Further Education


At a stage where students are beginning to make real career choices, 3D printing offers an ideal mix of skill elements that allows entry points for students with academic and practical talents alike. Learning about the applications of 3D printing will help students understand the man-made environment around them and the changes that the manufacturing industries and their supply chains will undergo in the coming decades.


While the ability of 3D printers to work with materials ranging from clay, silicon, chocolate, compost friendly plastics through to engineering materials that offer high performance engineering parts make the technology relevant to all parts of their lives and career choices. Any 3D printing project requires a blend of strengths and skills that foster effective team building and understanding within a talent pool. Getting a head start with 3D printing will provide students considering careers in design, creative arts, engineering and technology with valuable, applicable and sustainable skills.


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Higher Education


3D printing is multi-disciplinary; offering study and research prospects in design for 3D manufacture, material development for print and application specifics, production management for AM (Additive Manufacturing) and many, many other areas making it an exciting and fertile academic arena. Designed to allow access, reconfiguration, and even fundamental redesign, open source 3D printers enable students and researchers to work from a known, stable base. External design and software packages easily interface to the printers ‘low level’ firmware so that boundaries can be pushed in all and any direction.


3D Printing delivers cutting edge experience for University Engineering and Creative Arts Departments; enabling students to not only develop real world, industry ready skills but also providing a platform for industry leading research and development.


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