If 2014 is going to be the year in which 3D printing becomes a truly commonplace manufacturing solution, part of the merit may be due to a massive free seminar program on 3D printing. 3D Systems is calling on its global partners to actively promote and communicate the new possibilities made available by the 24 new industrial and consumer models presented between December 2013, at Euromold, and January 2014, at CES.
The company is referring to the new generation of its industrial and prosumer 3D printers as 3D Printing 2.0, a message with which it wants to reach new “key verticals”, through gains in speed, size and capacity of the new machines.
The main focus of the seminars, which will take place at 3D Systems’ local partners’ offices around the world will be to show how 3D Systems’ new machines can accelerate design-to-manufacturing needs for virtually any type of industrial sector. There will be seminars in the US and across Europe, as well as Israel, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Dubai, South Africa, Russia, Taiwan and China.
Between March 22nd and July 24th there will be a total of 324 seminars and all will be free of charge for all participants. This seminar series offers a great opportunity for anyone curious about 3D printing to find out more about what is coming straight from the people that are directly involved with it.