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Posted · Training on 3D Printers.

Hi Jasmine,

What is it you want to learn and what kind of 3D printer do you have?

Do you want to educate yourself or a class of children?

From what age grade?

Looking forward hearing from you!

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    Posted · Training on 3D Printers.

    Hi SandervG,

    I don't currently have any type of 3D printer at this current moment but I'm looking for some type of course to take to learn a little more before I decide to buy one for my self.

    Would you know of any type of classes here in Europe ?

    Thanks for your help :)

    Jasmine

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    Posted · Training on 3D Printers.

    What are you looking to learn? How a 3D printer works or the various things you can do with it? Or perhaps how you can reach its fullest potential through CAD modelling?

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    Posted · Training on 3D Printers.

    I would recommend to do a course like this one, and familiarize yourself with 3D CAD modelling.

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    Posted · Training on 3D Printers.

    Thanks so much for your help !

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    Posted · Training on 3D Printers.

    Hello!

     

    I’m a Lab Analyst at ACC and we purchase one of your 3D printers and the person in charge of the project  no longer works here. And I was wondering if you have any training classes or courses I can attend to have more knowledge and use of your  product.

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    Posted · Training on 3D Printers.

    @JasmineTurner I recommend watching youtube videos.  Once you find one that is helpful, give it a thumbs up and youtube will recommend similar videos.  You could probably stick to videos in your native language if you prefer as 3d printing is strong and active in every european country.

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    Posted · Training on 3D Printers.
    3 hours ago, gemini99 said:

    Hello!

     

    I’m a Lab Analyst at ACC and we purchase one of your 3D printers and the person in charge of the project  no longer works here. And I was wondering if you have any training classes or courses I can attend to have more knowledge and use of your  product.

     

    Check the list of resellers in your country (top right on the main Ultimaker website). A preferred reseller might offer trainings for your needs.

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