Events in April
Join moderator, Maddie Frank, Wi3DP Next Gen Girls Gang Garage Leader, and these industry expert panelists:
Presented by Wi3DP Next Gen, a subsidiary of Women in 3D Printing, the goal of this series is to enable students to explore career growth in STEAM by networking with industry professionals and learning about 3D Printing.
All youth in middle school, high school, and university are welcome to attend as well as any professionals who are willing to share their experience with the next generation.
Before the event, join the discussion on social media! #wi3dpnextgen #STEM #3dprinting
SJ Jones, ambassador for the Oceania chapter of Women in 3D Printing, moderates an all-women panel discussion with leading technical and additive manufacturing experts and managers for their insight on the adversities faced by Asian individuals in the United States.
Attend the discussion from 10:00 to 11:30 AM PDT - free registration and more information available at this link.
Get informed and inspired as you join the experts shaping the industry in a discussion of the future evolution of 3D printing and which innovations are the catalyst to transformation through additive manufacturing today.
This free event allows attendees to connect directly with Ultimaker unlike any virtual conference before. Meet Ultimaker’s new CEO, Jürgen von Hollen, chat live with the team at Ultimaker for expert solutions, explore the virtual showroom, and get a behind-the-scenes look at the Ultimaker factory with their application engineers.
Automation Alley’s Project DIAMOnD: A Distributed, Independent, Agile Additive Manufacturing Approach for SMEs Small Medium Enterprises
MatterHackers and Building Momentum come together for an inspirational session of 3D printing propelling innovation in the manufacturing industry. Join as a member of the audience for our live interview recording and Q&A with the tech and problem solving experts at Building Momentum.
Events in May
MatterHackers is proud to sponsor NACCE and its upcoming virtual conference make/SHIFT 2.0, the Makerspace Ecosystem Summit.
MatterHackers will also be hosting a Networking Activity & Discussion Session: 3D Printing Metal with $600 Printers and Rapid Response Additive Manufacturing, Friday, May 7 from 10:30-11:15 AM PT/1:30-2:15 PM ET. We hope to see you there!
Events in June
The diverse national network of community leaders and organizers for makerspace, hackerspaces, workshops, fablabs and more that make up the Nation of Makers will host its annual convention, NOMCON, virtually this year.
Focusing on the theme of "Local to Global: Supporting Local Makers to Create a Resilient Movement for Positive Global Changes", NOMCON discussion will center, in part, on promoting the impact of local activists and communities of makers. As both an exhibiting participant and a corporate member of NOMCON, MatterHackers is excited to support and collaborate with maker communities and to add our voice to the maker movement.
MatterHackers returns to ISTE to participate as a Solutions Hub sponsor of the ISTELive 21 virtual conference and to exhibit as a leading industry partner in educational technology.
Join us for the latest content and curriculum created by our amazing Education Ambassadors; watch live sessions hosted by 3D Printing leaders and advocates education and those propelling the next generation towards the advanced tools invaluable for future careers; and explore the latest in 3D printing technologies designed for schools, makerspaces, and libraries.
More information coming soon!
Rewatch These Events
MatterHackers, joined by NOCTI and America Makes, hosted a 30-minute info session on an exciting opportunity for high schools with 3D printing or additive manufacturing programs.
Credentialing has historically been an important part of workforce development for manufacturing, and America Makes has teamed up with NOCTI (the largest independant credentialing body in the US) to create the very first "Essentials of Additive Manufacturing" credential for high schools.
If your high school is selected as a test site, both the online multiple choice assessment, and the hands-on performance assessment will be available to pilot at NO COST. The pilot testing window for this assessment is April 1 to May 30, 2021. Here's who will be walking you through the opportunity details to determine if your high school would be a good fit:
MatterHackers, Ultimaker, and Education Ambassador Jackie Derr hosted our first virtual meetup event of the year, with a special presentation showcasing the new Ultimaker 2+ Connect 3D Printer. See the latest in 3D Printing technology for the classroom and beyond, with a spotlight featuring curriculum and real-world applications.
We invite you to view the recording of the live discussion, networking, and knowledge sharing between fellow 3D printing educators and enthusiasts across multiple industries at this free online event.
Missed it live? Watch the recording HERE