Average: 5 (4 votes)
SnapStack Mobile STEM Lab
SnapStack Module

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  • Teach design and engineering, CAD, and 3D printing
  • 6 modules serves up to 24 students
  • Grades 4-12
  • Affordable and easy to use classroom resource

SnapStack Mobile STEM Lab

The SnapStack Lab is an inexpensive and easy to use resource that covers an array of challenging technology and engineering topics.

  • Mechanical and Structural Engineering
  • A deep dive into Simple Machines and Mechanical Advantage
  • Computer Aided Design and 3D Printing
  • Competitive Design Challenges. 

See The Curriculum Lessons Here >

The variety of structures and mechanisms that can be built from the SnapStack Lab astound students and teachers alike.


Combined with any 3D printer, the SnapStack Lab is perfect for introducing students to Computer Aided Design (CAD) and rapid prototyping.  Teachers will find a comprehensive curriculum for introducing students to CAD and 3D printing in the STEM-Maker Curriculum Library. Additionally, all components in the Rokenbok system are available as digital files on the Rokenbok Education website.  Students can upload the digital files to any CAD program to create a design for 3D printing. This mimics the way engineers work in the real world, combining their new ideas with readily available off-the-shelf parts to create a new product!

SnapStack Lab learning sequences are carefully linked to everyday machines and structures, and the world of work.  Completing this curriculum sequence will change the way your students see the world in a remarkable way. 

Mechanical and Structural Engineering Compound Machine Design Challenge
Measurement Working with Design Briefs
Diagrammatic Instructions Compound Machine Design
Structural Engineering (How to Make Things Strong) Applying Mechanical Advantage
Mechanical Engineering (How to Make Things Move) Working within Specifications and Constraints
Thinking Like a Designer/Engineer (World of Work)
Rapid Prototyping (CAD & 3D Printing)
Simple Machines Introduction to Tinkercad
Building, Testing & Modifying (6) Simple Machines Designing New Rokenbok Engineering Component
Applying & Measuring Mechanical Advantage Using a 3D Printer to Make New Parts
Designing Real-World Applications

SnapStack Bill of Materials

Click HERE to download parts list



Average: 5 (1 vote)

"Rokenbok works well because it's engaging and VERY forgiving. If a mistake is made, we talk about it - take it apart and redo it. This prolongs gratification and teaches patience. Rokenbok can be as complicated or as simple as the builders want it to be. By not having a thousand different main parts, if forces creativity and the beams, blocks and risers are easily stored in bins. It can be a collaborative experience which is important for children with special needs as they can work and play together with their peers. Some like to drive, some like to build, but all can participate on their own level and take it to the next one when they are ready to do so."

Richard Rosenfeld, Long Island, NY, Howell Road School School and James A. Denver School District


Shipping costs are estimate based on location and the amount of labs ordered.  Some orders may be palletized.  You can call our home office for ship quotes and delivery  times.

This lab ships in 3 boxes. Dimensions are as follows:

36x20x15 - 66 pounds

20x16x14 - 20 pounds

19x17x7 - 3 pounds


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