Additive manufacturing in higher education: Lead the way to the industry of tomorrow

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution continues to take shape and mold the way we think, design, and develop, the next generation will need to be equipped with the necessary skills to bring this revolution to fruition.

Research has indicated that 3D printing technologies could create 3-5 million new jobs in the next ten years in the USA alone. Universities and other higher learning institutions will be at the forefront of supporting that by helping evolve the culture of design and production. Your students will need to build their knowledge and confidence in DFAM and AM processes if they are to take on the digital manufacturing roles of the future.

Designing for additive manufacturing (DfAM) requires critical new skills. Traditional thinking about specific dimensions and geometries in the conventional production world won’t always work. New design approaches are essential to create parts that are optimized for additive manufacturing (AM) and that unlock its true value.

How will you support your students with the very latest, most reliable, flexible and high-quality tools? How will you differentiate your educational institution in the face of fierce competition for these increasingly sought-after skills?

Complete this form to download the e-book and learn how to use additive manufacturing to equip your students with the right skills for tomorrow’s labor market.

In this e-book, you will learn more about:
  • Real-world applications for 3D printing across a variety of industries
  • How students are incorporating AM into their engineering and design projects
  • How the additive manufacturing skills that students acquire can apply to their careers


Fill out the details here and receive a copy of the e-book.

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