Thermoplastics resin distributor M. Holland Co. has formally launched an online platform dedicated to 3D printing. The Additive Manufacturing Educational Portal allows participants to access training programs, educational courses, certifications, materials, printed parts and technical information.
In an effort to provide more convenient access to training, M. Holland has invested in the development of this online system over the last several months. Although the 3D-printing group will continue to offer in-person training, this online system gives business partners another way to learn new skills and access 3D-printing guidance and information across hundreds of processes and dozens of materials.
Members of the Additive Manufacturing Educational Portal can enroll in courses and access other resources based on their needs. The site offers a-la-carte training options covering a range of topics, including essentials for fused deposition modeling, selective laser sintering, photopolymerization (stereolithography), and digital light processing; guidance on 3D-printer selection; material properties; and more. M. Holland’s 3D-printing experts can also customize curricula based on specific organizational needs.
“Based on months of research and content development, we are pleased to launch this virtual hub to complement our on-site training services and provide our clients with educational resources,” said Haleyanne Freedman, Market Manager and Engineering Consultant, 3D Printing, at M. Holland. “This site provides a library of educational courses, certifications and curricula, which are easily accessible for those who are interested in learning more about 3D-printing technologies.”
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