Save Over $3,870 on Roland Milling Machine Bundle for Schools!

By Justyn / July 27, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Educational Productivity Bundle Only $9,995! Offer ends August 31, 2017! Includes all this! Roland MDX-40A Desktop Milling Machine 4th Axis Rotary Attachment Dust Drawer Long-Reach Tool Kit 12 Urethane Foam Blanks AND the MDX-40A Project Based Learning Tutorial! That’s a savings of over $3,870! Email sales@TECedu.com for a proposal (New England Customers) or give us a […]

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So Many NEW Ultimaker Items!!

By Justyn / June 29, 2017 / General, New England, News, Sales / No Comments

Wow, Ultimaker has released a bunch of new items this week! NEW Ultimaker PP (polypropylene) material! NEW CPE+, PC and TPU 95A NFC filament for the Ultimaker 3! NEW TPU 95A Colors! NEW Nozzle Packs for the Ultimaker 2+ printers! NEW Print Core AA/BB 0.8mm size for faster prints on the Ultimaker 3! NEW Advanced […]

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3D Printing Course for Educators: Registration Closes This Friday, June 23rd!

By Justyn / June 19, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Call 1-800-338-2238 or email marketing@TECedu.com to check seat availability. Reserve your seat!

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Protect Your Filament and Extend the Shelf Life with TEC “Store N Save” Material Bags!

By Justyn / May 19, 2017 / General, Sales / No Comments

TEC “Store N’ Save” Material Bags are made of Mylar, are waterproof, and close tightly with a Zip-lock seal.  These heavy duty bags include extra protection with a Desiccant Pouch to absorb moisture.  Quickly identify the material inside without having to open the bag with the clear viewing panel.  Packaged as a 3-Pack. *Highly recommended* […]

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TEC Custom Safety Door for Ultimaker 3D Printers NOW SHIPPING!

By Justyn / May 19, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments
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NH Students Win Again Using Envisioneer!

By Justyn / May 12, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Hat’s off to Monadnock Regional High School students who placed First and Second in this year’s High School Design Competition sponsored by the American Institute of Architects-New Hampshire! Lead Teacher Jerry Kuhn, explains, “We had two designs submitted. One was by a team of three seniors who brought an award home last year, Jarod Redfield, […]

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TN Student Maintains State Champ Status using Envisioneer!

By Justyn / May 3, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

A Note from the Desk of Daniel Arnett, Teacher at Hampton High School, TN: I wanted to let you in on some more good news. Last week our TSA (Technology Student Association) and SkillsUSA competitions took place in Chattanooga.  Ian Kelly maintained his champion status again this year, winning the State Championship in CAD Architecture (TSA) […]

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TEC Summer Institute for Professional Development – Registration OPEN!

By Justyn / April 24, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Course descriptions and registration available! Learn more here! Course offerings: Laser Technologies in Your Classroom and School! Taught by Bob Levin, Instructor at RW Creteau Regional Tech. Center, NH July 11-13 Hands-on teacher training, make-and-take your own projects, learn lots while having tons of fun!  Graduate Credits available! Space is limited to 8 seats. Successful […]

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TEC Summer Institute for Professional Development – Save the Dates!

By Justyn / April 13, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

Course descriptions and registration available! Learn more here! Course offerings: Laser Technologies in Your Classroom and School! Taught by Bob Levin, Instructor at RW Creteau Regional Tech. Center, NH July 11-13 Hands-on teacher training, make-and-take your own projects, learn lots while having tons of fun!  Graduate Credits available! Space is limited to 8 seats. Successful […]

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Kacie’s Top Ten Tips for Designing Models for 3D Printing

By Justyn / April 12, 2017 / Uncategorized / No Comments

[Source: http://makezine.com/2013/12/11/top-ten-tips-designing-models-for-3d-printing/] Kacie Hultgren, aka PrettySmallThings, is a Broadway scenic designer who uses her 3D printer to build scale models for set designs, among other amazing things, like her 3D printed “Clutch Purse” and “Zip Top Bag.” She has some great advice for designing models for 3D printing. 45 Degree Rule Remember 45 degree rule, overhangs […]

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