Guidelines and case-studies
Prepare the guidelines regarding the use of 3D printing in VET education and analyse some case-studies
Curricula of the 3D Printing course
Develop a relevant curricula for the 3D Printing course
3D printing courseware
Create the 3D Printing courseware according to developed curricula
Create the guidelines for the 3D Printing trainers
Develop an e-learning platform based on the 3D Printing course
Implementation period: IX 2016 – VIII 2018
The project aims to give people the opportunity to develop their skills in 3D printing and to acquire the knowledge that allows them to activate in this field, like employee, entrepreneur, trainer, intermediary, etc. It is addressed to organizations, companies and persons interested to use or to support others to use the 3D printing revolution, in various domains: education, industry, art, entrepreneurship, intermediation, law, politics, finance, etc. The partners will develop a 3D printing curricula with courseware, a trainer guideline and an e-learning platform. They will be available in 6 languages (English, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Romanian and Lithuanian), free and open to all.
“Curricula of 3DP course” includes 13 main topics relevant to 3D printing and related fields and is adapted for 3 levels of expertise: Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced Curriculum. It presents the learning outcomes and pre-requisites for the sections and includes the sub-topics to be covered. Also, the number of hours needed for each section is Read more about The intellectual output O2 “Curricula of 3DP course” is available for download.[…]
The intellectual output O1 “Guidelines and case-studies on the use of 3D printing in VET education” is available for download.
The Intellectual Output O1 includes a number of guidelines for vocational students and trainers on the use of 3D Printing. Also, there are analysed and discussed 17 case studies very usefull in teaching vocational students how 3D printing technology can be applied across various application sectors. The study cases have been selected employing the following Read more about The intellectual output O1 “Guidelines and case-studies on the use of 3D printing in VET education” is available for download.[…]
The second meeting of Training in 3D Printing to Foster EU Innovation& Creativity (3DP) project took place in Potenza, Italy. Representatives of almost all partners were present: Ludor Engineering (coordinator), GoDesk (host), University “Politehnica” of Bucharest, Danmar Computers, Macdac Engineering Consultancy Bureau Ltd, Public institution Information Technologies Institute (ITI), Computer Highschool LIIS and Northern Lithuania Read more about 3DP – 2nd meeting in Potenza, Italy[…]
The kick-off meeting of Training in 3D Printing To Foster EU Innovation & Creativity (3DP) project took place in Bugibba, Malta. Representatives of almost all partners were present: Ludor Engineering (coordinator), MECB (host), UPB-CAMIS, LIIS, Somorrostro, Godesk, ITI and SLK. Unfortunately, one of the partners, Danmar Computers, could not participate because of an airline strike. Read more about 3DP – Kick-off meeting in Malta[…]
3DP – Training in 3D Printing To Foster EU Innovation & Creativity Project number: 2016-1-RO01-KA202-024578 Implementation period: 09.2016 – 08.2018 3D printing technology is gaining on popularity and is now applicable in many fields, including industry, medicine, electronics or architecture. All this translates to the increased market demand for employees having skills or qualifications in Read more about A 3DP project has started![…]