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INTAMSYS and WorldSkills International enter into Partnership

The world of 3D printing is undergoing a significant development with the recently announced partnership between INTAMSYS, a leader in industrial 3D printing, and WorldSkills International. This collaboration marks a milestone as INTAMSYS becomes WorldSkills’ first official Global Partner for 3D printers. The aim is to develop young talent in the fields of mechanical CAD and additive manufacturing for WorldSkills Lyon 2024.

WorldSkills, recognized as the world championship of professional skills, has a profound impact on skills development and contributes significantly to economic development. The organization inspires young people to turn their passions into professional skills and thus promotes individual and social development.

INTAMSYS has been involved in national WorldSkills events and projects in the past and will now bring its expertise to a global level. The company, known for its wide range of 3D printers, from professional to industrial equipment, aims to bridge the gap between industry practice and vocational education. The provision of competition equipment as well as training and learning solutions underlines this commitment.

“We are excited to be the WorldSkills Global Industry Partner,” expressed Charles Han, CEO and Founder of INTAMSYS, “Through our technical support and training initiatives, we are committed to bridging the gap between industry practices and vocational education, ensuring that young talents receive adequate training for real-world applications. Our goal is to inspire young people for technology and to strengthen industry and prosperity in society.”

During the signing, Chris Humphries, Chair of WorldSkills stated, “We look forward to benefiting from INTAMSYS cutting-edge expertise and impressive resources and capabilities. You are a world-leader and a pioneer in industrial 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Like our talented competitors, we can see how highly you regard performance, precision and quality.”

David Hoey, CEO of WorldSkills International, added, “This partnership comes at a very exciting time. Globally, we are witnessing a rapid growth in the use of 3D printing and additive manufacturing. We can already see how much we will learn from your experience working in multiple sectors, across international markets, and with customers of all sizes and scales.”

In summary, this partnership not only promotes the development of young talent in the field of 3D printing, but also makes an important contribution to connecting industry and education. It reflects the growing relevance of additive manufacturing in various sectors of the economy and represents an important step towards a technologically advanced future.

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