F1 in Schools World Finals 2018 – Singapore We are delighted to announce that Denford will be attending the 14th F1 in Schools World Finals, which is taking place at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore, from 9th to 12th September 2018. Along with a Denford CNC Router, we will be showcasing the latest range of Denford F1 in Schools Equipment, including the re-branded F1 Race Track and Race System. Also on display will be the all-new, innovative Denford Primary STEM Project Kit, including Launch System, Project Pack and Roll-Out Race Track! See us in the Denford DAMTR (Design, Analyse, Make, Test and Race) area!
Replicator Mini + Compact, Replicator + Desktop and Replicator Z18 Special Offer for orders received by 29th June 2018: Buy a Replicator + Desktop and receive 10 - Pack PLA Large Spools (900g) for free. Buy 4 Replicator + Desktop and receive 1 x Replicator Mini + Compact and 40- Pack PLA Large Spools (900g) for free. Buy a Replicator Z18 and receive 10- Pack PLA Large Spools (900g) and 1 x Experimental Extruder for free. See our webshop www.isupply3D.com for prices and machine specifications.
D & T Association Summer School De Montfort University, 5th & 6th July 2018 With exciting keynote speakers, a supplier exhibition and more than 28 practical workshops, the D & T Summer School provides the opportunity for teachers and all those involved in D & T Education to come together, listen, observe and actively take part in informative workshops and discussions. Denford will be exhibiting the latest D & T technologies in the supplier exhibition on both days of the Summer School; and on Friday afternoon an exciting F1 in Schools Workshop will be taking place: The Winning Formula: F1 in Schools - from CAD Model to Winning Formula 1 Car of the Future - How to run this inspirational challenge in your school easily and cost-effectively and WIN! We look forward to seeing you there!
INTRODUCING THE F1 IN SCHOOLS STEM STUDIO: A NEW CONCEPT IN STEM LEARNING We are delighted to introduce a new concept in STEM education, which has been developed and launched collaboratively by F1 in Schools, Denford and Technology Supplies. The innovative F1 in Schools STEM Studio offers high-quality equipment and resources within a dedicated stand-alone classroom, providing a complete, instant solution for engineering education for schools and colleges around the world. Primarily developed to deliver the internationally-renowned F1 in Schools programme, the fully-resourced STEM Studio additionally offers teachers the opportunity to deliver bespoke design & technology / engineering related courses. Housed in a 40ft ‘high-cube’ container, the air-conditioned STEM Studio is furnished with a suite of F1 in Schools equipment, including the Air Visualisation System, Race Track and Race Control System, a Denford CNC Router and Lathe, a Laser Engraving Machine, 3D Printers and consumables. A meeting area with AV equipment provides the theoretical learning area to complement the practical application of STEM subjects offered by this unique facility. There is also comprehensive range of manual machines and hand operated tooling for car finishing. The F1 in Schools STEM Studio is an ideal instant solution for schools wishing to offer STEM related courses – particularly those in remote locations without access to the resources required for STEM learning. The only requirements are a cabled 3 phase 415V power supply and a solid flat surface for location for the 40ft long x 9ft 6in high x 8ft wide classroom. Click here to download a pdf copy of the STEM Studio Brochure giving further information on this exciting new initiative. For more details and pricing information, please contact Denford on +44 (0) 1484 728000 or email: email@example.com
“How we won the UK F1 in Schools National Finals and the Fastest Car Award at the World Finals” was the title of a well-attended presentation by F1 in Schools team, Academy Racing. This team of 17 year old students from WMG Academy, Coventry, were crowned F1 in Schools UK National Champions last year and won a place at the World Finals, which were held in Malaysia. Against fierce international competition, these talented young engineers proved to have the Fastest Car, taking home this award after a week-long trip to Kuala Lumpur. Academy Racing gave a presentation of their journey from initially forming the team, to winning at the National Finals at Silverstone and then on to Malaysia for the World Finals. The three boys and one girl explained all the work they had put in to producing their world-beating car and showcased their achievements to the attendees of this IET regional event with a visual display, as well as unveiling the prize for their success in the F1 in Schools UK National Finals: a new Denford MRC40 Router, worth £10,000 !