Are you interested in new learning materials for 3D printing?

3D Print Online Workshops – September 2020

3D printing specialists and researchers from Great Britain, Finland and Turkey have pooled their expertise to collaborate on the production of new 3D printing learning materials for schools and for Undergraduate students working towards Engineering qualifications. These materials will be showcased in an online event on 8-9th September 2020.

You can register for the the online event here…


Finnish signup page: ILMOITA TÄSTÄ


Webinars (Finnish time, GMT+3)


Tuesday 8th September


3D-tulostusmenetelmät pähkinänkuoressa

3D Printing Techniques in a Nutshell

(in Finnish)



2.00pm to 3.00pm:

Haluatko opettaa lapsille 3D-mallinnusta ja –tulostusta? Tämän webinaarin opastuksen avulla pystyt opettamaan 3D-mallinnusta ja –tulostusta oppilaillesi.

Want to teach 3D Modelling and 3D Printing to your Pupils? With the Help of this Webinar you can.

(in Finnish)


Wednesday 9th September

2.00pm to 4.00pm:

3D printing techniques and innovative cases

(in English)


Satakunta University of Applied Sciences in Finland will be hosting this innovative event which will feature a program in Finnish and English languages.

The 2-day online event is presented in two parts: one aimed at schools and school teachers wanting to introduce this new technology to the classroom, and the second part aimed at Undergraduate Engineering students and engineers in industry.

Tuesday 8th September:

Presented in Finnish – will introduce new 3D printing learning materials for schools and school teachers. If you are a teacher who is interested in using this new technology within their technology education delivery, or perhaps within arts education, this online event will give both pupils and teachers a deeper understanding of the potential uses and adaptations of this innovative new technology. There will be video materials shared for schools before the event and opportunities during the event to ask questions and interact with the developers to understand how the materials can enhance schools education. Motivating pupils to learn STEM subjects is a big part of the event.

Wednesday 9th September:

Presented in both English and Finnish – will introduce 3D printing learning materials aimed at Undergraduate Engineering students and engineers in industry. 3D Printing specialists will give lectures on 3D printing techniques and innovative uses for them.

Register your interest and get further information about the online event using this form:

This Multiplier Event has been made possible with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. Erasmus+ is the European Union’s (EU) programme for education, training, youth and sport, with the EU committing £12 billion to the programme between 2014 and 2020. In the UK, the programme is managed by the Erasmus+ UK National Agency, a partnership between the British Council and Ecorys UK.