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ULTIMAKER LAUNCHES 3D PRINTING PROJECT U


ltimaker is commited to sharing open source 3D printing technology with everybody. This core value runs throughout the Ultimaker


community. Based on this, Ultimaker wants to bring 3D printing to British and Irish Schools and make it both affordable and accessible for all.


The CREATE strategy comprises six key points:


C – COMMUNITY Whether it’s the 50 accessible hubs or the regional and national competitions that Ultimaker are to sponsor, collaborative learning is the way to go. By bringing people together and sharing understanding, breakthroughs in learning will be abundant.


R - RELIABILITY and Support


Ultimaker has a reputation for being one of the most reliable 3D printers available. It has dedicated support lines available during teacher hours and an online diagnostic service that will troubleshoot in the unlikely event of you having an issue. Senior UK-based service managers will ensure key deadlines are always met.


E – EDUCATION


Ultimaker believe that 3D printing is going to impact many key areas in the future, whether it's prototyping in manufacturing, bespoke replacement joints in medicine, scaled models in architecture or the latest trend in fashion, 3D printing is integral to learning and development and changes the game in design realisation. Ultimaker wants to work with the education community to help drive curriculum development and foster new thinking to keep British and Irish education up-to- date with the best in the world.


“We ordered five Ultimaker 2 printers after an


impressive workshop run by the Ultimaker team where students were able to produce their own 3D designs in under two hours. We have incorporated 3D printing into both Key Stage 3 and 4 curriculums to give students experience of this exciting new technology. The Ultimaker 2 printers represent good value and the support and advice from Ultimaker has been excellent.” Marie McDonagh, Curriculum Leader at Cleethorpes Academy


Ultimaker aims to bring 3D printing to British and Irish schools through the CREATE Education Project


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