Final Meeting for E3D+ in Germany!

On the 4th of October in Karlsruhe the 5th and the last transnational meeting of the Erasmus3D+ (E3D+) project took place. The meeting is the beginning of the final rush of the project, that will finish at the end of October.

The E3D+ project had as the main aim to create an international training program about 3D printing that could answer to the students and companies needs. The field of 3D printing is an innovative sector which competences are today very requested in the labour market; indeed it is a sector in a developing process in different fields.

The goals of E3D+ project will be available soon, indeed, soon the e-learning platform will finally be launched, where you can access all the learning resources, implemented by project partners. Here is a reminder of them:

KIT, The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germania), project coordinator,
CEIPES, Centro Internazionale Per La Promozione del Educazione e Lo Sviluppo (Italia)
CETEM (Spagna), Asociacion Empresarial De Investigacion Centro Tecnologico Del Muebley La Madera De La Region De Murcia
STP (Slovenia), Styrian Technology Park

Furthermore, at the end of this month partners will organize 5 Webinars, carrying out the lessons and demonstrations based on created didactic material.

Webinars will be:
1. Demonstration of the educational material – developed by all partners.
2. Entrepreneurship ans 3D printers – developed by Ceipes
3. New fields and sectors – developed by STP and KIT
4. New materials and technologies (1st part) – developed by CETEM
5. New materials and technologies (2nd part) – developed by CETEM

Three first webinars will be held on 26th of October at 10 a.m. (Central EuropeanTime). The date of next two will be defined soon.
If you are interested by this educational material, stay updated by following facebook page of the project.

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission - application number 2015-1-DE02-KA202-002496. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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