UL, a global safety science organization, and Ricoh US, Inc, a technology and services company, plan to join forces to provide additive manufacturing (AM) training to end users, including the proper usage and advancement of AM technologies. The program will initially be held at Ricoh's US-based dedicated training locations and then will scale to other geographies in the Americas.
‘Our team of services and training experts fully understands how to help other manufacturers adopt and integrate new technology, and can help lead advancements in AM innovation, safety and quality education,’ said Glen Mandernacht, senior vice president, service advantage, Ricoh USA, Inc.
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