Education Channel Partners

Dremel has partnered with some of the best and brightest educational institutions in the world to bring you the best possible outcomes, training and technology for teaching students how to get the maximum benefit of 3D printing to develop critical thinking, problem-solving, design-thinking and more.

Project Lead the Way

Dremel DigiLab 3D Printers are used in Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) and Engineering Essentials (EES) courses.


Dremel DigiLab uses AutoDesk software such as TinkerCad and Fusion 360 in its lesson plans and Professional Development Training.

Google for Education

Offering 3D printing through the Cloud to enable Google Chromebook users to get the full 3D printing experience.

Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Science Center has been an instrumental partner with Dremel DigiLab serving as a consultant for testing and optimizing lesson plans.

Donor's Choose

Donors Choose is a crowd funding organization.  They have carry Dremel DigiLab products and have helped many schools get 3D printers into classrooms and maker spaces.


ZSpace offers AR/VR technology for students and businesses.  They have used Dremel 3D printers to print 3D rendered files from their AR/VR library.


3DPrinterOS has partnered with Dremel DigiLab to bring users unparalleled cloud slicer software for our 3D printers.

Polar Cloud

Polar Cloud and GE additive manufacturing have partnered with Dremel to bring Dremel 3D printers into hundreds of classrooms, globally.  The 3D40/FLX and 3D45 models both work in the Polar Cloud.  


Simplify3D offers an alternative slicer software program which are fully compatible with Dremel DigiLab 3D printers.

Dremel Education Ambassadors

Over the years Dremel has identified and works closely many Ambassadors to help spread the word and get new educators excited and motivated about bringing the benefits of 3D printing into their schools and classrooms.  These Ambassadors are incredibly influential and are thought leaders in technology and education.