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Isak Elfstrom, Vice President – Research, Arcam EBM

GE Additive

GE Additive is to open up the development mode of the Arcam EBM A2X system to the universities and academic institutes that use the machine at no extra cost. more

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Ricoh Europe surveyed over 3,000 higher education and business leaders, in a survey assessing the importance of new printing and digital fabrication technologies. more

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GE Additive education program

GE Additive

Five universities throughout Europe and North America will receive a Concept Laser Mlab 200R machine as the 2018/19 cycle of GE Additive’s Additive Education Program comes to a close. more

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Dassault Systèmes and UMass Lowell announce launch of a digital learning centre designed to deliver hands-on experience for student engineers. more

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Course to enable designers, engineers, and managers to learn how to maximise the benefits of design for additive manufacturing. more

Creaform, manufacturer of 3D portable measurement technologies has just launched the new Creaform ACADEMIA solution. more

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BigRep just 3D printed the first airless bicycle tyre with its TPU filament Pro FLEX to demonstrate the ease and speed of 3D printed spare parts. more

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Renishaw CATEC RenAM 500M

Renishaw

Renishaw, one of the world’s leading engineering and scientific technology companies, has launched a dedicated guide to Additive Manufacturing on its website. more

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MIT launches Additive Manufacturing for Innovative Design and Production (AdditiveX), an online course that addresses the status, fundamentals, applications and implications of AM. more

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Renishaw FDC

Renishaw

Renishaw has announced the launch of its Fabrication Development Centre and Bloodhound SSC education partnership as it steps up its drive to shorten the skills gap. more

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The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), a leading researcher in the 3D printing field, is to launch the UK’s first additive manufacturing (AM) apprenticeships. more

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A look at how the MTC's National Centre for Additive Manufacture (NCAM) is embarking on the task of addressing the AM skills gap. more

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TCT Group Editor, Dan O'Connor reacts to the UK Industrial Strategy's Additive Manufacturing-oversight, featuring the thoughts of several prominent figures in the AM industry. more

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Ampower, a German additive manufacturing (AM) consultancy firm has partnered with H&H, a 3D printing service provider, to offer training in AM. more

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Ultimaker 3

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Ultimaker, a leading desktop 3D printing manufacturer, has become a sponsor and supplier to the GE Additive Education Program (AEP). more

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GE Additive has announced it is now accepting applications from schools and colleges for the 2018 cycle of its Additive Education Program (AEP). more

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3D LifePrints spine-in-hand

3D LifePrints

3D LifePrints a UK-based medical 3D printing company, has received around £500,000 during a Series A investment with Fenwall Investments Ltd. more

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A 4-H Fab Lab, the first of its kind in the United States, boasts 3D printing, milling, and cutting equipment from the likes of Ultimaker and Roland DG. more

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The 3D45 desktop printer, designed specifically to suit the education market, has been released in the UK. more

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A look at Cambridge University's 3D Printing Society and how Stratasys is playing a part in providing advice, expertise and projects. more

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