Going into 3D printing is not an easy task, you must acquire some technical skills to take full advantage of all the opportunities offered by 3D technologies. That’s why many companies now offer training in 3D printing and help young people and professionals get all the keys they need to succeed in their project.
It is important to distinguish between 3D printing training organisations and the various 3D printer resellers in the market who will provide training on how to use your new machine. Organisations will allow you to acquire all the technical skills to get you started in additive manufacturing, some will offer more advanced training for specific fields or technologies. There is also training in 3D modeling to design your 3D model you would like to see printed. Training is usually in the form of workshops.
Some universities and schools offer specialised courses in 3D printing technologies. It is now possible to follow a continuous training or initial training to improve your skills and learn more about this revolutionary manufacturing method.
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1. da Vinci mini w+ | XYZPrinting
2. Form 2 | Formlabs
3. M200 Plus | Zortrax
4. Select Mini V2 | Monoprice
5. SLM 500 | SLM Solutions
6. I3 Metal Motion | RepRap France
7. RenAM 500 M | Renishaw
8. MOD-t | New Matter
9. Carbon M2 | Carbon
10. Anet A8 | Anet 3D