Who was the lucky winners of the lulzbot mini's? There was never any announcement
I'm actually in IT. My father is the local high school chemistry teacher. 3D printer's are more impressionable then a wood lathe or a drill press imo; which is usually all the schools have on hand. They did make a recent push to give classroom's tablet's, which is a start. I have a lower cost printer kit; the Anycubic Delta. Delta's look really cool, but in a school environment I'm not sure it would be very reliable. I would pop the Lulzbot in the classroom for kid's to use and use it myself in the summer. Lulzbot have warranty and support, kit's don't have that. Creality CR-10 is a great machine for the cost, I agree. I've come very close to buying one.