Projects

 

Learning Labs, Inc. has created a series of tutorials and STEM projects for various products we sell.  These offer career and technology teachers and students quick directions on the care, maintenance, and use of the products as well as many projects to get them started.

 

These projects come with materials to complete the projects multiple times.

 

Access to each product requires a specific username and passcode, which is obtained when the project kit is purchased.


To access the site, visit:

 

www.LLIProjects.com

 

We currently have tutorials and projects for over 25 products.  And while some of the machines are no longer available, the project kits and access can still be purchased.

 

The links below link to product pages on this site.  The image gallery below that link to PDF files explaining a bit more about the tutorials and projects.  To access the tutorials themselves, use the link above.

 

3D Printers

 

 

3D Laser Scanner
 
CNC Mills/Routers - view this PDF for information covering these machines:

 

Wide Format Printers/Vinyl Sign Cutters- view this PDF for information covering these machines:

 

 

Laser Engravers/Cutters

 

Please contact your Regional Manager for more information.

Tiertime X5
Formlabs Form 2
Markforged Onyx One
Markforged Onyx Pro
Tiertime UP mini 2 ES
Tiertime UP 300
Tiertime UP BOX+
Tiertime UP Plus 2
Tiertime UP mini 2
NextEngine 3D Scanner Ultra HD
LaserPro C180II
LaserPro Spirit LS
Roland PBL brochure
MakerBot Replicator Mini+
MakerBot Replicator+
MakerBot Replicator Z18
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Here are just a few examples of the projects students can create:
This birdhouse is cut with the laser engraver/cutter.

This birdhouse is cut with the laser engraver/cutter.

A vinyl sign cutter was used to create this license plate.

A vinyl sign cutter was used to create this license plate.

A desktop CNC mill was used to machine these wooden coasters.

A desktop CNC mill was used to machine these wooden coasters.

A 3D printer was used to build this miniature warrior.

A 3D printer was used to create this miniature warrior.

A printer/cutter was used to print/cut this school window sticker.

A printer/cutter was used to print/cut this school window sticker.

This checkers set was cut by the laser engraver/cutter.

This checkers set was cut by the laser engraver/cutter.

This two-color name plate was 3D printed.

This two-color name plate was 3D printed.

This image was etched on a mason jar using a laser engraver/cutter.

This image was etched on a mason jar using a laser engraver/cutter.

A 3D printer was used to create this Einstein model.

A 3D printer was used to create this Einstein model.

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This two-color name plate was 3D printed.