Ultimaker, the global leader in professional 3D printing, on International Women’s Day announced a donation of more than twenty of its 3D printers through its newly created partnership with America Makes, the country’s leading organization for additive manufacturing and 3D printing technology research, discovery, creation and innovation. The printers will be used in high schools across the country to grow awareness and entrepreneurship opportunities for 3D printing technology among young women through a new program called Additive Edge.
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