3D Printer Cart Premium Model with Tub Pack 2

(TD5001)
$852.10 USD
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Why We Designed This

Prototyping is a critical step in bringing ideas to life and often involves a 3D printer. STEM/STEAM labs and libraries are regularly reconfigured to suit a range of activities and grade levels. This cart's sturdy frame and casters protect your investment and makes it easy to move to the point of instruction while keeping everything you need close at hand.

Read what Gary Stager has to say about 3D printing.

Fits common 3D printers such as Makerbot Replicator and Airwolf XL, for more details see specs below.

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Features

  • Accommodates 3D Printers with a footprint of up to 24"D x 26 1/2"W
  • Base Tech Tub®  for locking up specialized equipment and tools (supply your own padlock)
  • 4” locking casters
  • 6 outlet power strip
  • Adjustable spool holder (holds maximum of 4 spools)
  • Sliding laptop shelf fits laptops up to 17”
  • Magnets for attaching accessories to frame

 

 

Design

  • Durable with a lifetime warranty.
  • Tubs are made with 25% recycled polypropylene.

Packaging

  • We are working on removing all plastic from our packaging. Check back in with us soon to see our removal journey unfold.
  • Frame measures:

with spool arm -  59” (150 cm) H x 41” (104 cm) W x 24” (64 cm) D 

without spool arm -  41” (104 cm) H x  41” (104 cm) W x 24” (64 cm) D 

  • Maximum printer size: 24" D x 26 1/2" W
  • Tech Tub® Measures: 14" (36cm) L x 12" (30cm) W x 16" (41cm) D
  • Open Tubs Measure 6" (15cm) H x 12 1/2" (32cm) W x 15 3/4" (40cm) D (outer measurements)
  • Really Big Tub Measures 6" (15cm) H x 25 1/4" (64cm) W x 13 1/4" (34cm) D
  • 25lb weight limit on spool holder
  • UPC: 664678000962
  • Lifetime warranty

Educator's Reviews

“I absolutely love this 3D Printer Cart by Copernicus! I have been using it for some time now and it just makes everything so much easier! Highly recommend!!!!"

-Justin Johnson, Tech director, K-5th STEM teacher, 7th grade math teacher, Liberal, MO

Twitter @MrJohnsonTech