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First UK authorised training centre offers training and consultancy in AM

| Editor: Briggette Jaya

The training centre offers a range of courses to ensure users maximise their investments in 3D printing.
The training centre offers a range of courses to ensure users maximise their investments in 3D printing. (Source: Stratasys)

The Stratasys Authorised Training Center in the UK has just opened. Operated by Tri-Tech 3D in Stoke, it is known as the Tri-Tech 3D Print Academy.

The Stratasys Academy offers training and consultancy to a big number of users and businesses on how they can optimise the use of Stratasys solutions and additive manufacturing in general in their development and manufacturing processes. Just opened, the first Stratasys Authorised Training Center in the UK is operated by Stratasys UK platinum partner, Tri-Tech 3D in Stoke.

Named the “Tri-Tech 3D Print Academy”, the UK site offers high-level expertise and training for users of Stratasys FDM and Polyjet 3D-printing technologies. A wide range of courses are available, enabling attendees to increase their knowledge of additive manufacturing and its effective use for a plethora of design and production applications. The goal is to best support users in maximising their investments in 3D printing and help them avoid expenses through production errors and material wastage.

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The courses are varied and suited to 3D printing operators of different abilities, covering key topics like “how to design for additive”. Software training with Grab CAD programmes are also featured in the courses.

“We have been working closely with Stratasys additive manufacturing for over ten years and have in-depth expertise in its core technologies,” notes Group Director at Tri-Tech 3D, Adrian Painter.

Matthias Gukelberger, VP and Head of Services EMEA, Stratasys said that it is important to provide customers local expertise to guide them throughout their additive journey. Stratasys will continue to extend this value in the UK, Scandinavia and Benelux via additional authorised training centres in the coming months through selected training partners, the company added.

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