Training course focuses on AM

Training course focuses on AM

As Stratasys and Desktop Metal Platinum partner, Tri-Tech 3D provides 3D print technology. It offers the complete range of Stratasys PolyJet and FDM, and Desktop Metal Systems alongside expert consultancy and training services, maintenance support contracts and competitive lease and finance schemes.

The company, part of the Stanford Marsh Group, aims to bridge the gap between the digital design office and the factory floor with solutions from Autodesk software and design consultancy services, through to the latest additive manufacturing technology.

At this year’s Northern Manufacturing show, the company will announced the latest training course from its training division, 3D Print Academy. The Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) course has been designed to inform design and engineering teams about the key design considerations that need to be understood, implemented and adapted dependent on the type of additive manufacturing technology being used.

The two-day course will be held at the company’s Stoke-on-Trent training facility with the option for on-site training if required.

3D print experts will also be on hand to discuss additive manufacturing and there will be live demos with the Stratasys F370 FDM machine. Autodesk consultants from sister company, Cadspec, will also be on the stand to chat about the latest CAD and CAM technology.

Visit Tri-Tech 3D on stand M61 or go to

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