The Brainary has teamed up with the world leading Australian 3D printer company, ME3D, to bring together Robotics and 3D printing.
Using the modular robotics platform EZ-Robot, the Brainary has created a 3D printable robotics kit. EZ-Robot is a fully-programmable and customisable robotic platform designed to engage students in STEAM. The combination enables students to let their imagination run free as they can re-design and 3D print their own robot.
Curriculum resources are also available to make sure that students are meeting and surpassing the Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum.
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