3D printing allows students and academics to turbocharge their research and development cycle.
In a way previously unimaginable, students can now transfer their bold, innovative product designs from sketchpad to the real world incredibly quickly.
Education at all levels has fundamentally changed as institutions prepare the workforce of tomorrow.
Some schools and universities might have invested in small 3D printers to be used as part of the learning process, but purchasing first-class, top-of-the-range machinery like that available at Ricoh remains out of reach.
We are also able to offer the widest selection of materials, including the Ricoh polypropylene (PP), which is the purest on the market.
Our experts work alongside the students to analyse designs and highlight potential pitfalls before a prototype is put into production.
The fast and cost-effective nature of 3D printing gives students the chance to put the product through its paces and see where it can be improved before making adjustments and running the process again.
3D printing is an amazing way to inspire people to become the inventors and creators of tomorrow, rather than being mere consumers. It’s a great, hands-on method to teach problem-solving skills and teamwork.
Why choose Ricoh?
Ricoh has the widest range of 3D printing technologies and materials to bring any concept to reality. We’re passionate about helping to inspire the inventors of the future – and we have the in-house expertise to push the boundaries.
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