Teaching & Training
People often say that “a picture is worth a thousand words” and what we say is “A 3D printed object worth a thousand pictures. When it comes to the learning process our brain processes the physical feeling of objects differently than watching a video, listening to a lecture class, or audiotape. With 3D printing, the students are equipped with one of the great learning tools in learning real-world skills and technologies they needed to achieve greatness in life.
This new industry is really remarkable and having so many uses that will evolve very fast. 3D printing helps to eliminate waste and pollution that’s created by factories which not only change a single field but the entire manufacturing sector in the coming years as it advances over time. There is a need for a workforce in the latest 3D printing technologies that enable the changes to deliver speed and quality at lower costs. From a manufacturing point of view, 3D printing is relatively cleaner, safer and easier compared to traditional manufacturing techniques like milling, moulding or forming which require a skilled workforce and heavy machinery.