JellyBOX 4

The Premier 3D Printer Tailored for Educators

The JellyBOX Generation 4

The new generation of JellyBOX was designed specifically for STEAM classes, after-school programs, and summer camps.

The same JellyBOX kit can be assembled, used for 3D printing, and then disassembled and reassembled by the next group of students.

This approach provides a deep understanding of 3D technology to more students, giving them not only hands-on skills but also fostering teamwork and an unbeatable sense of pride in ownership.

JellyBOX is proudly designed and produced in Virginia, USA.

The JellyBOX offers two distinct versions to cater to different educational needs and preferences, allowing you to choose the perfect fit for your classroom.

The JellyBOX DIY Kit

This version invites students to build their own 3D printer from the ground up, enhancing hands-on skills, teamwork, and fostering a sense of ownership.

The DIY kit is an excellent way to engage students in the mechanics and engineering behind 3D printing.

The JellyBOX Fully Assembled Printer

For educators looking for a hassle-free, "ready-to-use" printing solution, the fully assembled JellyBOX is ideal.

This option ensures that teachers can integrate 3D printing into their curriculum without delay, focusing on the creativity and innovation that 3D printing brings to education.

  • Make Magazine:

    Best for Schools 2017

  • Make Magazine:

    Best for Schools 2019

  • Maker Faires

    Editor's Choice Awards

  • JMU TechNite:

    Innovation in Emerging businesses 2017

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  • Alexander Beth, Technology teacher. The Linden School, Canada.

    We bought our first Jellybox 5 years ago when we opened our new makerspace at The Linden School in Toronto.

    Despite daily use, our first printer is still going strong: small adjustments are easy to make myself, and so I’m not waiting for service calls.

  • Tom Meeks, 3D technology educator, Philips 3D Labs, Virginia

    We were among the first owners of Jellybox 2D printers. While most 3D printers outlive their usefulness after just a few years, that is not true of the Jellybox printer. In fact, even after years of service, each Jellybox printer continues to actively contribute to our educational mission of teaching 3D printing to at-risk young people year after year.

  • Kate Shepard, Tech. Tr. Specialist, J. Dean Elem. School, Virginia

    I built our JellyBOX in 2016 and since then was heavily used all the time from Kindergarten through 4th grade across all content areas.

    JellyBOX is the best 3D printer I have ever worked with. It is intuitive and the prints are the highest quality. I’ve conducted side-by-side comparisons with other popular 3D printers and their quality does not even come close to what JellyBOX can produce.

  • Mike Oakley, Technical Account Manager, Autodesk, Inc.

    I have had the luxury of using many 3D printers ranging in price from $1000 to $250,000. I have not seen print quality like it produces from $5000 printers and some even higher. The printer is well designed, engineered, and is mostly put together with zip ties. Yes zip ties!