3D Printer makers LulzBot are partnering with The DAVE School to offer a new 3D printer training program that teaches people how to print objects using 3D modeling software.
The DAVE School is a digital animation and visual effects school that already uses LulzBot 3D printers to print character models, but students are also continuing to find new uses into other areas.
“We are excited to partner with The DAVE School and show people how 3D printing can take digital modeling and computer animation to the next level,” said Jeff Moe, President of LulzBot. “3D printing is transforming the world of engineering, design and film by allowing users to turn their ideas into reality and to test new concepts quickly and efficiently.”
LulzBot, based in Loveland Colorade, sell their AO-101 3D Printer for $1,750 and are about to launch their 3rd generation printer this spring. They have already demonstrated their technology at several schools and universities over the past year to show how 3D printing will transform the world of engineering, design and film.
The Dave School see 3D printing as a fundamental part of the film, animation and gaming industry in the future and their training program will promote this technology far outside the entertainment industry.
Press release here.