Printing Knowledge: How 3D printing can enhance academic and research offerings
3D printing is revolutionizing industries by enabling the creation of complex parts with intricate geometries that were once impossible to produce using traditional methods. Academic institutions are investing in additive manufacturing technology to stay ahead of this shift in manufacturing and allow students to gain hands-on experience producing the parts they design. Having a 3D printer on campus also attracts researchers with the opportunity to push the boundaries of the technology for advanced industry applications.
In this webinar you'll learn how educational institutions can integrate safe, classroom-friendly, metal 3D printing into their coursework to prepare students to enter the workforce.