3D printer manufacturer and developer Ultimaker has partnered with the University of Illinois, and Coursera to create 3D printing online courses to help anyone that would like to learn more about the new and evolving technology.
The series of four online tutorials will soon be launching for free and provide a way for those interested to learn more about the world of 3D printing via the Coursera online education platform
The 3D printing online courses will cover the following :
– An overview of 3D Printing and its revolutionary potential
– An examination of 3D Printing’s applications across a variety of industries
– An in-depth exploration of 3D design software
– An investigation of how 3D printers are made and how they operate
Siert Wijnia, CTO and founder of Ultimaker explains more about the new 3D printing online courses :
Ultimaker’s vision is to make 3D printing accessible to all and has been reflected in our open source printers and community inspired collaborations. With Coursera and the Illinois MakerLab, we are helping to optimize 3D printing courses that are available to everyone interested in digital making with our hands-on knowledge of 3D printing.
For more information on the new Ultimaker 3D printing online courses jump over to the Coursera website for details.
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