The kick-off meeting of Training in 3D Printing To Foster EU Innovation& Creativity (3DP) project took place in Bugibba, Malta. Representatives of almost all partners were present: Ludor Engineering (coordinator), MECB (host), UPB-CAMIS, LIIS, Somorrostro, Godesk, ITI and SLK. Unfortunately, one of the partners, Danmar Computers, could not participate because of an airline strike.
The meeting started with presentation of all partners, followed by a summary of the project and detailed descriptions of the Intellectual Outputs. Also, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan was discussed.
Then, the partners visited the Rapid Prototyping labs of University of Malta. They had the opportunity to see how advanced 3D printers work and to discuss with the laboratory’s experts.
The second day was dedicated to important topics, like project management plan, risk analysis, copyright agreement, rules of the Erasmus+ projects, contractual obligations, dissemination and so on. The partners made an analyse and proposals for improvement of project’s webpage (www.3D-P.eu), Facebook page and Twitter account (@3dprintingeu).