3D printing made easy with Raise3D
Raise3D, a company with headquarters in Irvine, Rotterdam, and Shanghai, which will be supporting the Mechanical Engineering/CAD contests at the European Skills Championships.
CAD technicians are specialists in operating CAD (Computer Aided Design) programs, which are special construction programs used for accurately designing technical models such as those used in the construction industry, for example. 3D printers are increasingly being used by CAD specialists in their daily work. And that means EuroSkills 2020, too: Raise3D will be making these 3D printers available for Austria’s debut hosting of the European Skills Championships. Raise3D itself cooperates with a great many different organisations. From companies to schools and other educational institutions, their printers can be found in more than 15,000 different organisations.
Edward Feng, CEO of Raise 3D, explains why the company has decided to support EuroSkills 2020 in Graz as a sponsor: “We take great pride in supporting EuroSkills 2020 because our goals in the Education industry and those of the event go hand in hand. We are very committed to supporting the implementation of 3D printing in Education, which is one of the reasons why we manufactured Raise3D E2 with the features that schools require in mind. I am excited to see the students competing in the finals making great use of our printers and I am grateful to EuroSkills for bringing this opportunity to them.”
EuroSkills 2020 would like to thank Raise3D once again for its fabulous support. We are Skills!
The skill Mechanical Engineering – CAD gets new support from Raise 3D. Photo: World Skills Europe/Instagram.