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EnvisionTEC Has brought to you a training series for anyone using the Micro 3D printer!

Join EnvisionTEC’s expert technical staff on any upcoming webinar to gain insight to a world of 3D printing solutions.

The online training courses first session is dedicated to the overview of EnvisionTEC’s Micro 3D printer, including best practices and how to build efficiency.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Training Webinar: Register online to join EnvisionTEC’s informative series in online training – an overview of the Micro 3D printer. The online training course is taking place October 19th 11 a.m. to noon EST.

The training will consist of:

  • Common materials and their properties
  • PSA best practices
  • Time Saving tips and tricks
  • Post-processing *Emphasizing Alcohol*
  • Customer support
  • Open Q & A

EnvisionTEC is then proud to host its second training session dedicated to the Micro 3D printer series.

This training session is focused on the jewellery industry and will provide best practices on material choices, construction and post-treatment.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Second Webinar:

Register online to join EnvisionTEC’s next informative series in online training!

By registering for this course today, you can look forward to learning about:

  • Common materials and their properties (molding specific)
  • Navigating sprue systems
  • Supporting rings
  • Tips and tricks for post-processing print jobs
  • Customer support and utilizing the Micro user manual
  • Open Q & A

Register for the last training session dedicated to the Micro 3D printer series.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016: Register online to join EnvisionTEC’s last informative series in online training!

In this training, you’ll learn best practices for casting Jewelry models, methods for discussing burnouts, detail translation and answers to common questions.

By attending this course, you can look forward to:

  • What to expect when casting
  • Overview of casting 3D printed parts
  • Why is venting casting important?
  • What oven and what materials?
  • What is the difference between a gas oven and an electric oven?
  • Customer support and utilizing the Micro user manual
  • Open Q & A
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