GE Additive gives away metal 3D printers valued at $8 million to education users

GE Additive gives away metal 3D printers valued at $8 million to education users

Further details of GE’s $10 million education fund to encourage the use of 3D printing have been announced. The U.S. company states that more than 400 schools will receive 3D printers as part of the GE Additive Education Program. The 3D printing education program is part of what GE describes as, “ developing pipelines of future talent in additive manufacturing around the world .” Under the program around 180,000 students will gain access to a range of 3D printing systems. $10 million education fund for 3D printing As previously reported in January, GE Additive has committed to a $10 […]

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