We are an Established supplier of IT equipment and services into Education. Supplying a range of Small Form Factor (SFF) computers to the latest 3D Printers and Filaments.
UC Solutions was founded in 2003, we have always been associated with reliability, flexibility and punctuality in building high quality bespoke PC’s. We build high quality bespoke PC's from the likes of Shuttle, Asus, Silverstone along with the sale of hardware / software from all major manufacturers such as Microsoft, Symantec, HP, IBM, Cisco and many more. We provide solutions for home office, small to medium business, corporate and public sector through our online stores, www.icubes.co.uk and www.uc-solutions.co.uk.
Our vast experience in building desk top PCs has led us to launch our own brand of PCs which include a small form factor PC and an all-In-one PC.
We are particularly proud of our capability to provide our customers with a super-efficient system building service. Through the Online Configurator, you can configure, quote, save, retrieve, order, and trace systems of nearly any configuration with just a few clicks of the mouse. Most importantly, you will have your specified systems, fully configured and tested dispatched to you when you require it.
Backed by all the major IT Manufacturers, we have the experience and knowledge of everything I.T., we can offer dedicated Account Managers. Our teams will work in partnership with you.
Complete I.T. Solutions and Asset Disposal
As an existing supplier of products and services, UC Solutions can provide Public Sector organisations with Complete I.T. solutions, from small-scale custom-built installations through to intricate multi-site networks, all coupled with an unrivalled level of after sales service and support.
Along with I.T hardware and software we sell 3D printers, filaments and spare parts to schools.
We sell for the 3 of the largest manufactures of 3D printers XYZ, MakerBot and Ultimaker.
XYZprinting’s da Vinci 3D printers are the world’s most affordable plug-and-play 3D printers. Each da Vinci 3D printer model is user-friendly and has its unique features allowing users to experience the best of 3D printing. The da Vinci 3D printers are perfectly suitable for domestic and professional use. Revolutionize your life with XYZprinting's fully comprehensive line of 3D printers. Get yours today!As research compiled by the Global Skills Index (2015) reveals that engineering and technology talent in the UK threatens productivity and economic expansion in the face of global competition, there can be no doubt that a concerted push is sorely needed to encourage more of Britain’s youth to opt for the sciences at GCSE and A-Level, with a view to furnishing careers in engineering, biotech and the sciences. The use of 3D printing in schools is an ideal gateway to bringing to life the possibilities of invention and creativity within the minds of students, in order to close this skills gap and ensure future UK innovation and productivity.
To date in the UK, use of 3D design and printing technology has been largely restricted to Design and Technology (DT) classrooms. However, UK schools are on the verge of a breakout moment as they come to realise there is considerable potential for 3D printers to be used within a range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. The potential extends beyond the physical demonstration of product creation but also as a tool to integrate learning between the STEM subjects by linking shared and compatible scientific or mathematical concepts.
In line with the visual environment and stimuli that today’s ‘millennial’ generation are used to via their smartphones and digital platforms, the immediacy of 3D printing satisfies their desire for immediate outcomes and results. Today’s students now expect to be able to design on a computer-aided design programme (CAD) and to then view their creation in its actuality within the hour. 3D printing achieves this with ease with the key advantage being there is no break in the momentum of the creative or problem-solving flow. Students can now touch and see how their first prototype functions with the ability to make immediate revisions until they ‘get it right.’
By challenging students to devise prints that have a true function in everyday life, this can motivate valuable innovation. Use of 3D design and technology in the classroom can help foster the creative and analytical thinking they will need as future professionals.