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Ultimaker, Imaginables and FUJIFILM to integrate 3D Printing in Classrooms

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Above: Ultimaker for 3D printing education/Image Source: Print Your Mind 3D

Ultimaker, the global leader in professional 3D printing, announces a reseller partnership with FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia. This partnership seeks to incorporate 3D printing in classrooms across Australia. The mission is to supply the growing demands of educational institutions that are looking to plug the additive manufacturing (AM) skills gap and empower students to enter the workforce as leaders with an AM-ready mindset. Ultimaker also wants to integrate 3D printing curriculum in Australian universities and educational institutions. It will also provide a smarter, more efficient, and cost-effective 3D printing solution with onsite technical support with a 24-hour turnaround.

“We are extremely excited to partner with Ultimaker as it enables us to broaden our technology offering to our current Education customers, offering a complementary solution that meets the needs of students along with providing 3D curriculum support for educators in the classroom. With our existing expertise and knowledge in the education space, the addition of Ultimaker will help educators nurture the STEAM professionals of tomorrow. Ultimately, the partnership helps us deliver upon our company values and customer promise of both innovation and exceptional value.”

– Tony O’Connor, Chief Sales Officer, FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia

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Above: The new Ultimaker S5 3D Printer (center) along with Ultimaker’s other 3D printers – the Ultimaker S (Left) and Ultimaker 2+ (Right)/Image Credit: Ultimaker

Companies continue to adopt 3D printing for prototyping, product design, and production – across a range of industries such as aerospace, automotive, defence and medical. And as AM has become globally recognised as a mainstream manufacturing technology, the demand for an 3D printing curriculum has also increased.

Ultimaker provides an ideal platform for developing creative young minds. Combining affordability, connectivity, and advanced dual extrusion, Ultimaker S5 Pro Bundle also ensures a safer working environment. The Air Manager provides a closed, inside-out airflow for the Ultimaker S5 3D printer, filtering up to 95% of all ultrafine particles (UFPs) emitted during 3D printing. With the build chamber and material spools safely inside, users can enjoy peace of mind and a safer workplace.

Mr Benjamin Tan, Vice President of Ultimaker Asia Pacific commented, “Our trusted distributor in Australia, Imaginables, signalled a growing need for enhanced support services for the educational sector and I believe together with FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia, we can deliver a turnkey holistic 3D printing curriculum to better support Australian educators in their printing needs.”

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