Five best practices for your students.

With the incredible boom that 3D printing has experienced recently, it's no surprise that educators are clamoring to get additive manufacturing into their curriculum. The increase in demand for employees with experience in additive manufacturing has naturally let to an increase in demand of classes that provide experience in additive manufacturing. At Stratasys, we couldn't be happier with the importance that's being placed in a technology that we know already has and will continue to have a big impact on the future of production, but we want to make sure the education of this technology is on the right track.

In the next ten pages, we'll discuss Stratasys's five best practices for implementing additive manufacturing into curriculum. We'll cover: using the workshop like a real business, making iteration a point of emphasis, how to get the faculty and workshop staff to work as a team, choosing the right tools for the job, and seeking continual employment. Use this whitepaper as a guide to make sure you are getting the fullest out of your investment in additive manufacturing for your students. Download the whitepaper to learn more.

Part of Coventry University’s industrial design curriculum includes working with 3D printers, like this Objet 3D Printer.

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