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Success Story: Prototype Device Faculty Training to Spur Moroccan Business Productivity

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Success Story: Prototype Device Faculty Training to Spur Moroccan Business Productivity

December 30, 1899

​Getting a new product idea from the conceptualization phase to a physical model can be a slow and expensive process for entrepreneurs leading start-up companies as well as established businesses. This process can stall business growth but 3-D printing offers a fast-track method to a tangible product. A higher education collaboration project between Gateway Technical College and Ecole Supérieure de Technologie d'Oujda in Morocco is learning to create rapid prototypes to better support entrepreneurship and business development.

 

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