On Friday, 4th of June, AidPlex participated in the 2nd workshop organized by the iPRODUCE project on “Digital technologies in education and culture”.
The event brought together Greek iProduce partners, researchers, and students. The aim of this event was to present and analyze plenty of uses of 3D printing technology. There also was a special mention regarding how 3D printing can help and improve cultural sciences and education. The second workshop was conducted in the Greek language, to make it accessible for every age group to participate in this event.
Dimitris Moustakas presented all company’s products and their manufacturing process. Furthermore, he mentioned how can 3D printing benefit orthopedics and healthcare in general. Last but not least, AidPlex can’t wait to promote its findings at the next event of the iProduce consortium.