BotObjects might just be the coolest 3D printing company around. Their ProDesk3D, with its slick steel and plexiglass skin, looks like it would belong on Tony Stark's kitchen counter, and it can print in full-color, including gradients and stripes.
But apparently, such a high concentration of awesome-sauce isn't enough for BotObjects: They're stepping up their cool beans factor by bringing 3D printing to public education.
The company plans to give away between 150 and 200 3D printers to high schools. After that, it will reduce the price of its printers--for high schools only--by 65%.
Schools can apply to get a free 3D printer on the BotObjects website in August. Way to be rad, BotObjects!