Not sure if others have seen the great program that Printrbot is starting in hopes that others in the community will run with it. It's called the Adopt-A-Bot program and it is all in efforts to support your local schools and get 3d printers into the classrooms for kids to learn. Currently Brook is supplying basic kits using up cycled/refurbished/extra stock, for essentially the cost of shipping and a bit of the cost for parts, where the buyer will need to print parts to complete, put together the printer, troubleshoot and get ready for a classroom. Then it is to be donated to a local school in your area where you can also help educate the staff on how to use it. Maybe even help with showing the kids what can be done with it. Now I know it sounds like a lot of work on our part, but think about it. Most of us have been using 3d printers for some time now and we can take the skills we acquired and help pave the way for this technology to get into the classrooms of local kids to learn as well. I bought one to build with my son and to donate to one of our local schools. I encourage you to think about it and hope you will consider getting involved. I can't even imagine where I would be if I had this technology to bring my ideas to life when I was a kid. I'm excited about it and just wanted to pass along the word. Phase 2 purchase: https://printrbot.com/shop/adopt-a-bot/ More about the project: http://printrbot.com/adoptabot/ I know this is Printrbot and not Robo, but I really hope more 3d printer manufacturers look at their extra supply shelves and think about joining this program. Brook encourages others to donate supplies and join him. Really is a community initiative.