Being an Illawarra based company, Modfab began by offering 3d printing courses Wollongong way. The thinking was to keep it close to home to manage the process and look after the local schools and educational centres first. That way, we had the opportunity to gather feedback and leverage relationships while in those critical early stages of learning.
One of the things we did to take the business from 3d printing courses Wollongong, Kiama and beyond was to activate with press releases. We thought be sharing some of the work we’d done with the 3d printing courses Wollongong schools and institutions had participated in, we could demonstrate our commitment to innovation and look further afield.
Imagine our absolute surprise and please when industry leaders in all things 3d print related, 3Ders.org ran the press release we distributed! They are the biggest 3D printing news site on the web. Their interest and integrity in the 3d printing world means we not only saw our news in front of the right Australian audience. Being featured on 3Ders means our message is going out globally!
We’d like to thank the guys from 3Ders from including us in your news. And for putting 3d printing courses Wollongong and Illawarra focused on the map. We look forward to hearing from all kinds of institutions, students, schools, businesses, not for profits, organisations and beyond who tune in regularly to 3Ders to stay abreast of all the fascinating developments in the field of 3d printing.
If you are interested in reading the article yourself, here is the article entitled ‘Australian company Modfab takes initiative with 3d printing education’.
Not bad for a young startup with a grand vision!
If you’d like to find out how Modfab can bring 3d printing courses Wollongong, South Coast, New South Wales or beyond to you or your school, you know what to do!
Mosey on over to our contact page and let’s chat about how we can bring 3d printing to your curriculum.