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Miss our webinar on Additive Mfg in Education?

By Lynn Milbrath on Jun 15, 2020 1:55:22 PM

Did you miss our webinar on Additive Manufacturing in Education that we did with HP?  Don't worry I did too,  good thing we recorded it.  I just got done watching the webinar and I am excited to share a few new things I learned.

The first thing I am super excited to tell about (even went home and shared it with my family) was the HP 580 Multi Jet Fusion (3D printer) has 140 3D printed parts inside it.  HP used one of its production machines and printed the parts to be used inside.  I found this so cool!  Think of the opportunities this can lead to for a supply parts business.

Another thing I learned was what great opportunities HP and even my own company have to offer institutions educating our future workforce in additive manufacturing. HP has created a curriculum that is easy for institutions to obtain free, simply by filling out a survey.  And MasterGraphics can train new students on systems or help institutions with fund raising.

I encourage you to watch the webinar for yourself to learn more about how HP and MasterGraphics can help support education for the future.

View the webinar on our youtube channel: 


Topics: 3D Printing Education
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New opportunities for higher education to train the workforce for Industry 4.0

By Gene Call on May 18, 2020 8:14:13 AM

Kevin posted an eBook for educators previously and I wanted to follow that up with another great HP e-book on how HP Jet Fusion is opening new opportunities for higher education.   We at MasterGraphics have seen how 3D printing is genuinely transformational for manufacturing and believe higher education institutions will play a central role in driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution.  Together we can change the landscape of design for all manufacturing.  Students with access to innovative technology, such as HP’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers, will have the skills demanded by industry when they graduate. 

This e-book outlines the transformative effect 3D printing will continue to have on the way we design and manufacture, and the role higher education will play in the process. It covers the basics of Additive Manufacturing, how 3D printing began, how it has evolved, and how it will change the culture of design.

As Kevin mentioned previously, we believe in the potential of 3D printing and the need for higher education to have the right technology in place.  Enjoy the read and feel free to reach out to me if you think we can assist in anyway with your efforts to build the workforce of the future.   

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Gene Call
800-873-7238 x2735

Topics: 3D Printing Education