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.