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Roland Educational Technology in the Classroom

Simply smarter machines and teaching resources for your classroom

Fully developed for students and teachers at all levels of education, Roland machines, software and project based learning resources make digital fabrication a more straightforward, exciting and hands-on experience.

For Educators

Roland is a single, go-to source to simplify the planning and implementation of educational technology in the classroom, allowing educators time to teach design and engineering skills.

Supports All Levels of Education

CTE Schools
STEM Education Programs

For Students

Roland offers simple-to-use equipment and unintimidating, step-by-step tutorials to quickly learn real world skills.

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The Ready-to-Teach Full Solution

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The Prep and Planning is Done

Roland’s ready-to-teach Project Based Learning solutions reduce time-consuming prep and planning. While students are self-learning the software, machines, and projects, teachers are free to spend time with each student, rather than doing all the set-up, design, and machine work themselves.

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Beyond Making a Yo-Yo

Without complicated instructions and machinery, ready-to-teach solutions promote intuitive learning. Through the fabrication of a simple yo-yo and other projects, students can apply complex technology and engineering principals in exciting new ways. They offer student’s fast results and an immediate sense of achievement.

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Supporting Teachers and Solving Issues

Roland provides detailed tutorials alongside our educational technology, allowing students to work at their own pace and without strict supervision. They help teachers develop lessons that support school curriculums and solve many of the issues associated with teaching digital fabrication to large classroom sizes.

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Roland Education Solutions

Project Based Learning (PBL)

Step-by-step tutorials work seamlessly with Roland software and machines, making it easy for educators to implement educational technology in the classroom and even easier for students to follow and complete.

3D Milling Machines

The perfect introduction to digital fabrication for beginners as well as being essential tools for career focused engineering and design students, Roland CNC mills allow students to create yo-yos, baseball bats, plaques and many more prototypes and objects.

Eco-Solvent Printers

Roland printers allow young students to express their creativity and career students to pursue their interest in graphic design and art – enabling them to print or print/cut window decals, t-shirt graphics, banners and more.

UV Flatbed Printers

From graphic design and art to product design, Roland flatbeds give students a practical understanding of design customization. Both beginners and design career students can print directly onto golf balls, picture frames, smart phone cases, and countless three-dimensional items.

Vinyl Cutters

Students can create stickers, license plates, window graphics and more with easy-to-use Roland cutters that offer beginners the perfect introduction of digital design, and career students the ideal device for signmaking and graphic design projects.

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As Featured in Make: Magazine

Read the Make: Magazine story about one of our Roland customers. It features Cherry Creek School District in Colorado and illustrates how Roland is empowering STEM students around the world.

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Quality Digest Video Interview with Roland’s Education Expert

Dick Dusharme, Editor-in-Chief of Quality Digest and Roland’s Adam Sebran discuss the practical teaching benefits of Roland devices and as part of a STEM curriculum. Discover how Roland devices and Project Based Learning tutorials offer students the correct tools and machine experience for success in engineering, design and technology.

"Students at the end of the day are able to hold the model in their hands… Roland makes output devices of all kinds to take the curriculum to a closing point."

- Adam Sebran, Roland DGA Business Development Manager for 3D/Education