Tinkerine launches Skills Module 1 and Cloud Beta for POT2.0 Initiative

November 4, 2020 – TheNewswire – Tinkerine(TM) Studios Ltd. (TSXV:TTD) (OTC:TKSTF) ("Tinkerine" or the "Company") announces the live release of its first module of the previously announced Skills Development Platform and Tinkerine Cloud beta program. Production of Things 2.0 ("POT2.0") provides a singular platform to skill up businesses with 21st century tools needed to compete in a fast-paced world alongside a powerful workflow system to optimize additive manufacturing.

The Skills Development Platform’s first module – Introduction to 3D Printing – is designed for small and medium enterprises and institutions and provides an introductory overview of 3D printing. The Tinkerine Skills Development Platform will deploy skills training modules that expand the knowledge base for companies and individuals looking to bring 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing into their workflow.

Module v 1.0a – Introduction to 3D Printing – focuses on:

  • – Understanding of where 3D printing technology sits among other more traditional manufacturing methods.

  • – Introduction of case scenarios and how to leverage 3D printing technologies.

    – Introduction to terminologies used in 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing.

    – An understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of 3D printing.

https://tinkerine.com/courses

Tinkerine’s Skills Development Platform is designed to assist in the evaluation of implementing 3D printing technologies into workflows for increased capacity, scalability, and functionality for businesses, institutions, and professionals. Each of the Skills modules is compatible with Tinkerine Cloud, a Cloud-enabled web platform under development in a closed beta environment.

Tinkerine Cloud looks to bring a powerful unified platform for streamlining 3D printing workflows. The cloud-based subscription model allows for the platform to scale according to the demands of the organization or person.

The current beta program includes over 40 partners from the following industries:

  • – Industrial Design

    – Architecture

    – Engineering

    – Dental & Medical

    – Cement

    – Prosthetics and Orthotics

    – Film and Television

    – Post Secondary institutions

    – K-12 schools and districts

Small and medium enterprises and institutions interested in Tinkerine’s Skills Development Platform and Cloud Platform please visit: https://tinkerine.com/tinkerine-cloud

Eugene Suyu, Chief Executive Officer states: "The global manufacturing landscape is changing due to the demand for local manufacturing, a reduction of warehousing through the utilization of just-in-time inventories, and a reduction of the environmental footprint due to transportation of components from various suppliers. Tinkerine’s POT2.0 initiative combines our world class Canadian 3D Printing knowledge and a Cloud enabled platform necessary for any business looking to stay agile and competitive."

About Tinkerine

Our mission is to provide a foundational understanding about Applied Design driven by 3D printing. Our ecosystem of 3D printing products and educational resources equips future generations with the innovative tools and products to stay ahead in a fast-paced, tech-driven world. Tinkerine enables the curious to convert creative ideas into the tangible and the unimaginable. All Tinkerine 3D printers and education services are designed and manufactured in Canada.

For further information please contact:

Dean Stuart

T: 403 617 7609

E: dean@boardmarker.net

Eugene Suyu

Chief Executive Officer

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