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With no prior expertise, or even basic knowledge of the technology, over two days (November 7 and 8) a group of innovators will be taken through a step-by-step guide to 3D printing by a team of I2C’s experts.  They will learn exactly how an initial concept can be transformed swiftly into a physical design, thanks to 3D printing. From car parts and fashion accessories to artificial human organs, the potential applications of 3D printing seem practically limitless and learning how to harness this sophisticated technology will be of huge benefit to anyone wanting to bring an innovation to market.

Paul Vernon, CEO at Thornton Science Park and Project Director of the 12C project, said: “Everyone attending our I2C masterclasses is seeking practical, interactive solutions to help them create something commercially viable that their customers will want to buy. With no previous experience of the technology required, this hands-on training will show attendees how to harness the power of 3D printing to commercialise their innovations.”

Spaces are filling up fast for this 3D printing masterclass, which is the latest in a series of two-day masterclasses provided by the ERDF-funded 12C project to promote design and innovation across the Cheshire and Warrington area. The masterclasses are open to all those businesses who are registered to the project.

Anyone interested in finding out more about 12C and how to apply, should go to our I2C web pages.

 

 

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