News Round Up: 3D printing news in Business, Education and Food industry
Dagoma, RobotLAB and the Westin Grand Munich mark new milestones in their technological journey
Dagoma, very soon available at Leroy Merlin
Dagoma, a French pioneer of affordable FDM 3D printers marks a milestone in its journey. After Boulanger, Dagoma has signed a partnership with Leroy Merlin which will very soon commercialize the 3D printers and the Chromatique filament of the manufacture. A brilliant coup for the French company that has conquered France, the United States and very soon Germany through its presence at the high-tech exhibition IFA in Berlin.
RobotLAB offers teachers a Dobot Robotic Arm for their Engineering and Coding lessons
The educational-robotics company releases four new curricula on its online learning platform – Engage! K12, for the DoBot Robotic Arm. Engage! K12 will offer over 50 engaging instruction-hours that cover Computer Science, Engineering, Collaborative Problem-Solving and Creative Thinking. The Dobot Advanced Educational Pack includes A Gripper, Vacuum Suction Cap, 3D Printing head, Laser Engraver and a drawing tool. Between Robo, RobotLAB and other companies such as Makerbot and Accelerate Learning, educators are given a wide range of possibilities to teach STEM including 3D printing technologies.
The Westin Grand Munich serves 250 desserts with 3D Choco
The conference of Marriott hotels has recently taken place in German-speaking countries. Such type of conference dedicated to hoteliers and executives is also an opportunity to highlight 3D personalized food.
David Seidel, Executive Chef at The Westin Grand Munich and his team brought a touch of glamour to the gala dinner. The chef used the 3D Food Printing System Procusini to shape the 3D Choco letterings on the plates of 250 guests.
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