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XYZprinting/ Bath County High School

XYZprinting is to deliver a free 3D printer to every school that purchases its K-12 STEAM curricula, in an attempt to encourage more integration of the technology into the classroom. Read more

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GE Additive

GE Additive has announced it is now accepting applications for the 2019/2020 cycle of its Additive Education Program, as it sets its focus on the younger generation. Read more

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Markforged has announced the launch of its Additive Manufacturing University programme, which will provide a series of tutorials and workshops to enhance knowledge of AM. Read more

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Gramm

Gramm has launched the world’s first interactive online course for additive manufacturing. It has structured the digital tutorial to enable anyone to learn the basics of 3D printing, the AM process and how to design with 3D technology. Read more

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Online provider of software learning tools, SolidProfessor, launches two new courses that teach 3D printing skills, techniques and history of additive manufacturing. Read more

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CEL Robox founder Chris Elsworthy and Kitronik co-founder Keven Spurr tell TCT about a new education partnership that hopes to inspire the next generation through 3D printing. Read more

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Leader in online learning for technology professionals creates position for Andy Rahden to support 3D design and engineering training. Read more

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Autodesk's UK and Ireland education manager, Mike Westlake tells TCT how Autodesk is working to educate the next generation on careers in STEM. Read more

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MakerBot in the Classroom is to provide educators with the tools they need to introduce 3D printing and 21st century skills to the classroom. Read more

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Autodesk announces free open learning platform to bring 3D printing, 3D software and electronics kits to the classroom. Read more

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