New England’s leading educational training products provider.

Helping educators provide real-world industry experience within the technical education environment.

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About Us

AET Labs (Advanced Educational Technologies, LLC) was founded on the principle of bringing real-world industry experience into the technical training environment — Our technology consultants and product solutions reflect that premise. As a value-added distributor for educational training products in New England, AET is committed to the concept that hands-on training provides necessary foundational skills in all technical areas.

For that reason, we represent manufacturers that offer only the latest technology-based hardware training systems in harmony with standards-based curriculum. This combination of expertise and quality of product helps instructors select the best possible solution for their labs while giving students what they need to be successful in today’s competitive workplace.

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Desktop Metal Begins Shipping to First Pioneer Customers

Desktop Metal Begins Shipping to First Pioneer Customers Dec 18 2017—Companies Span Multiple industries – Heavy Machinery, Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Service Bureaus, Machine Shops and Government & Education.

Stratasys Opens New 3D Printing Center of Excellence at St. Louis Children’s Hospital

SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, a non-profit 195-bed inpatient and outpatient pediatric medical center in St. Louis, Missouri, is partnering with Stratasys to create a new Center of Excellence (COE) with the goal of helping physicians and researchers advance the use of 3D printing for a wide range of medical applications. (L to R)...

Extreme Redesign 2018 Announced

Chances are if you were to give your savvy students a product to critique they would quickly assess it and think “I can make this better”, and they’d probably be right! Why not harness that “making” enthusiasm into an engineering design learning opportunity? Extreme Redesign is a global quest sponsored by Stratasys and GrabCAD…