One Click Metal enters education partnership with Technical Training Aids

May 5, 2023

May 5, 2023

The BOLDseries metal Additive Manufacturing machine (Courtesy One Click Metal)
The BOLDseries metal Additive Manufacturing machine (Courtesy One Click Metal)

One Click Metal, Tamm, Germany, has entered a partnership with Technical Training Aids (TTA), Birmingham, Alabama, USA, which is focused on hands-on training using the latest in educational technologies. The move expands One Click Metal’s US presence into eight more states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee).

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Technical Training Aids has sixty years of experience in educational consultancy and builds upon this history to prepare students for the competitive future job market. Thus, when the company chooses partners, it ensures the use of industry-standard software components to allow students to immediately benefit from these experiences when they enter the workplace.

Additively manufactured parts built on the MPRINT (Courtesy One Click Metal)
Additively manufactured parts built on the MPRINT (Courtesy One Click Metal)

“Technical Training Aids is the ideal contact when it comes to educational purposes,” Gerrit Brüggemann, CEO, One Click Metal. “The sixty years of experience shows that Technical Training Aids is the perfect partner for us to realise the aim of making metal 3D printing understandable for everyone.”

TTA is experienced in Additive Manufacturing and offers a range metal and polymer AM machines, now including a Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) machine from One Click Metal’s BOLDseries. This was noted as being suitable for educational purposes as it focuses on a simple set-up and offers interchangable build modules, which enable tests with different materials and variable temperatures.

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