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3D printing Workshop
In this age of technology, progress in science and technology is a daily process. Advent of every cutting edge technology serves human well-being in one way or the other. Hence the need for updating ourselves with some of the major ones. Even more urgency for the Educators and Faculty members of tech institution to adopt and keep abreast of such technologies, constantly mentoring and encouraging students to be more challenging and more smart than before. Innovative Ghar Nepal in collaboration with Zener Technologies and Field Ready is organizing 3 days workshop on 3D printing. This workshop is focused for the teaching faculty of different reputed Institute/organization and aims to have productive session that will be helpful for tremendous sectors such as Education, Engineering, Medical & Prosthetic, Architecture, Custom Designs, Research, Prototyping, and Pattern making for mold in casting purposes.
After the grand success of 1st session of 3D printing workshop for professionals and educators, Innovative Ghar Nepal is excited to lunch it's second session on 15th and 16th of July, 2017.

Event Details:
Venue: IngNepal Conference Hall, Kandevsthan, Kupondole, Lalitpur, Nepal
Date: 15th-16th July/2017
Workshop Fee: NRs. 5000|- only

Account Details:
Account name: Zener Technologies Pvt. Ltd
Account number: 011100054958524
Bank name: Bank of Kathmandu Lumbini Limited, Jawalakhel branch

Contact Details:
Bikrant Karki: 9860010965
Bikash Paudel: 9815401344

Email: info@ingnepal.org.np

Websites:
www.ingnepal.org.np
www.zenertech.com
www.3dpnepal.com
www.fieldready.org

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