We're developing the course "3D Printing for Entrepreneurs" for creatives and startups, to learn about all the opportunities 3D printing has to offer for your startup or side business. We want to make sure that you have everything you need to learn and start your business, all from home.
We've chosen to launch this course via Kickstarter because we want to use your feedback from day one and create a product that really solves your problems and answers your questions. Instead of banks or investors, you, as part of our community, will set the course.
Highly visual, bite-sized learning.
Whenever you want, wherever you want
Test your knowledge, build your grade.
By industry experts, with real case studies.
Make your CV stand out, share on social media.
Together we achieve more, free for 3 months.
This is what you'll learn
- What design for AM, or design for 3D printing, is and why it is important.
- The different forms of 3D modeling and when to apply which.
- Design optimization methods and all the available tools.
- All the different ways you can use to create or source a 3D model.
- Idea generation and the importance of niche markets.
- All the different lifestyle markets and their applications.
- All the professional markets and their specific applications.
- The different existing business models and how to leverage them.
- What business case drivers are and how to apply them.
- How you can setup your 3D printing business without loans or investments.
The Kickstarter launch is scheduled on Monday May 4th, 2020. The course is expected to be finished between July 1st and August 1st 2020.
The estimated time of the course videos and assessments combined is around 15 hours / 3 days but the course is completely self-paced.
There are four different tiers and the prices range between €83 - €1.838. These prices include a 40% discount and only apply to the first 100 courses.
Robin Huizing is the founder of Addmio and main instructor of this video course. He worked as a 3D printing engineer for Shapeways, a pioneering 3D printing service, and handled more than 10,000 3D printed plastic parts. After that, he worked as an Additive Manufacturing designer at Additive Industries, a visionary metal 3D printer manufacturer. Here he specialized in Design for AM and trained several big, industrial companies. He also ran his own design studio for 12.5 years where he hosted creative workshops and focused on product design and design visualization.
Make an impact
3D printing is often a sustainable alternative to conventional production methods. This is because waste is often minimized, products are produced locally and biocompatible and recycable materials are widely available.
Together we can achieve so much more than alone. 3D printing is a very young and collaborative industry and we're building a worldwide community that helps each other and is sharing knowledge.
This is our way of giving back to society. For every 100 courses we sell we will give one away for free to someone that didn't have access before. We will also offer mentorship, follow up support and sponsored equipment.
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access to our course!
We've finished our first Kickstarter campaign and are excited and thankful
to announce that we've been funded 560% of our goal!
You still have the chance to pre-order the course for a discounted price via Indiegogo,
visit the page below!