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Lafayette, Ind. — August 5, 2019 — SDI Innovations’ division, STEM Education Works, recently debuted its new partnership with Luxrobo, a South Korean based company that produces MODI coding blocks for education. The technology of MODI combines physical computing and...
Lafayette, Ind. – June 12, 2019 – SDI Innovations, the parent company of School Datebooks and STEM Education Works, announced today that they have finalized a partnership with Matt Miller. Miller is a critically acclaimed speaker and “one of the top 10 Influencers of...
STEM Education Works, subsidiary of SDI Innovations, announces new partnerships at International Society of Technology in Education Conference
Lafayette, Ind. (June 12, 2019) - Lafayette-headquartered SDI Innovations announced on Wednesday, June 12th that its subsidiary STEM Education Works will showcase six new partnerships with Sindoh, Luxrobo, ElecFreaks, Skyepack, Diversified Woodcrafts, and EdTech...
Which end effectors are included with the Dobot Magician?
Dobot Magician end effectors include a suction cup, pen holder, laser engraver, pneumatic gripper, and 3D printer. Switching between the end effectors will achieve the functions of suction, drawing & writing, laser engraving & gray engraving, picking up and 3D printing.
What kind of material can be used with the laser engraver?
Various materials can be used with the laser engraver: leather, cardstock, wood, and more. Please note the laser engraver should not be used on reflective surfaces such as metal or glass. It is advised that you test on the material you want to use in a well ventilated area before starting on your final project.