On this edition of 30 on 3D, Sales Operations Manager, Mia Stelling, covers ways high schools and colleges can successfully leverage 3D printing.
Any university with a PolyJet and FDM 3D printer qualifies for Stratasys’ Additive Manufacturing Certification. As a certified institution, you will be able to offer students a professional proficiency credential in additive, improving their overall 3D printing knowledge.
If you’re looking to bring 3D printing to your school for the first time, an entry-level 3D printer is a great solution. The MakerBot METHOD allows students to develop professional additive skills. Plus, you have the option to utilize official MakerBot materials or experiment with 3rd party materials.
Whether you’re looking for additive certification or are starting to create a makerspace, our team can help. To learn more, reach out to us by phone at 949.474.9222 or by email at [email protected].