• Erasmus+

CRAFT 4.0. – Developing the potential of crafts

  • Innovation and digital transformation
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  • Creative industries and cultural heritage
Craft 4.0. – Enabling the potential of handicraft

ID: 2018-1-IE01-KA202-038787

Duration: 1 November, 2018 – 31 December, 2020

The project aims to create training tools and a whole new partner network in the field of digital modeling and digital/additive manufacturing.

The main task of the project is to: improve digital competencies in the sector; develop product design and development skills; improve the crafting process; increase partner networks locally and internationally and increase customer engagement, aiming to improve and develop individual craft businesses.

The activities of the project will take place in three stages of development, the first of which is the creation of an educational model that ensures clarity and easy perception of knowledge and its teaching. Training content will then be created to support creative industries in acquiring innovative technological skills and guidelines and recommendations will be developed to offer an example for potential implementation in other sectors and levels of education.

Partners

Dublin Institute of Technology logo

Dublin Institute of Technology

Center De Difusio Tecnologica De La Fusta I El Moble De Catalunya

Center De Difusio Tecnologica De La Fusta I El Moble De Catalunya

North-East Regional Development Agency (NERDA)

The European Digital Learning Network (DLEARN)

The European Digital Learning Network (DLEARN)

Mälardalen University logo

Mälardalen University

CIVIC Logo

CIVIC