Company Offer Additive Manufacturing Courses to Support the Industry

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“Given the recent success of our CAD division (Cadspec) helping businesses through difficult times by offering heavily discounted training courses, we wanted to get involved in Made Futures to help educate people on the opportunities to work within Additive Manufacturing” said Tri-Tech 3D’s Catherine Aspinall.

Tri-Tech 3D is the UK’s foremost supplier of Stratasys and Desktop Metal 3D printers, offering servicing, support, maintenance and consumables for all 3D printers.

As a company, alongside their training arm 3D Print Academy, Tri-Tech 3D are known to be passionate about helping expand people’s knowledge on Additive Manufacturing.  

Ever since the pandemic hit the UK, additive manufacturing has been playing a vital role around the world. Whether that be PPE, ventilators or even non-contact door openers – it has well and truly put the spotlight on this innovative technology.

Tri-Tech 3D have had an influx of people wanting to learn more about this technology, which has led them to offer free of charge morning sessions with their experts. Throughout 2021, Tri-Tech 3D in partnership with 3D Print Academy will be holding weekly morning online workshops to help businesses understand additive manufacturing, and get their questions answered. You can contact the Tri-Tech 3D team to book yourself a slot via email ([email protected]).

If you already know that you want to learn more about the Additive Manufacturing industry, then Tri-Tech 3D’s training academy are offering two of their accredited courses from £95. Both of their scheduled virtual ‘Introduction to Additive Manufacturing’ or ‘Design for Additive Manufacturing’ courses are available at heavily discounted rates.

Tri-Tech 3D and the 3D Print Academy are passionate about closing the skills gap. The company wholly believe that education and training systems need to keep pace with the new demands of labour markets that are continually challenged by technological disruption (3D Printing), demographic change (ageing workforce) and the evolving nature of work.

Tri-Tech 3D’s Catherine Aspinall has said: “We are excited to help businesses grow and flourish through our training offerings, and help support them through these unprecedented times we are all facing. “

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