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Stratasys introduces a new FDM Certification Program

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Stratasys introduces FDM certification program
Above: Stratasys introduces FDM certification program/Source: Stratasys

The first in a series of certification programs for Stratasys 3D printer users, Stratasys FDM® 3D printer operators and engineers, has been announced by Stratasys. The new FDM certification program is intended to provide Stratasys customers with comprehensive education that will support their 3D printing adoption throughout the entire FDM printing process.

Customers who complete the courses will be awarded official Stratasys Academy certificates, certifying their skills and level of mastery in a leading 3D printing technology.

“The Stratasys FDM Certification Program provides our additive manufacturing engineers with educational content that allows them to expand what is possible with additive manufacturing inside GM. By becoming certified in FDM technology we have gained a competitive advantage that will provide us with significant ROI in the coming years and know-how within our organization.”

– Kyle Sinko, AM lead for General Motors

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Stratasys to roll out certification programs for all its technologies
Above: Stratasys to roll out certification programs for all its technologies/Source: Stratasys

Stratasys will continue to roll out certification programs for its 3D printing technologies, including PolyJet™, P3™, SAF™, and stereolithography. Stratasys customers will be able to gain expertise in the 3D printing process, from software-based design to printer operations to post-processing parts, thanks to the certification programs.

“With this new certification program, Stratasys Academy is helping our customers successfully adopt Stratasys technology, shorten time to value, and maximize the utilization of their 3D printers. Leading companies growing their additive manufacturing footprint need the confidence that their employees bring a proven level of knowledge in industrial 3D printing. Our certification program goes beyond a single remote class. We’re providing a blend of self-paced, remote and in-classroom learning opportunities that bring users up to a proven, certified level of skill.”

– Jeff Mandl, Head of Knowledge Management for Stratasys

Customers of Stratasys 3D printers can now access the Stratasys FDM Certification Program. More information about the Stratasys Certification Programs is available online.

With innovative 3D printing solutions for industries such as aerospace, automotive, consumer products, and healthcare, Stratasys is leading the global shift to additive manufacturing. Stratasys solutions provide competitive advantages at every stage of the product value chain through smart and connected 3D printers, polymer materials, a software ecosystem, and parts on demand. Stratasys is trusted by the world’s leading organisations to transform product design, increase agility in manufacturing and supply chains, and improve patient care.


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