Manufacturing and Materials - P18311998


Pre-requisites: Prior CAD experience recommended. Some experience viewing CAD files online. A basic understanding of the purpose and uses of CAD programs.

Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a growing segment of advanced manufacturing, because it provides innovative solutions to traditional manufacturing suppliers of the aerospace, medical and automotive industries. Traditionally thought of as small volume and prototyping technology, additive manufacturing is an emerging technology that can be utilized to produce millions of parts per year. This course introduces the skills and knowledge necessary to understand the benefits of additive manufacturing, through hands on experiences with software and additive manufacturing machines. Additionally, the course reviews the numerous technologies associated with additive manufacturing, and it examines economic barriers. LEARNING OBJECTIVES By attending this seminar, through a hands-on experience, you will be able to: • Identify current additive technologies • Describe the part design approach • Explain how to manage and control undesirable and unintended variability • Describe tooling via 3D printing • Identify barriers to utilizing Additive Manufacturing • Explain new technologies and emerging research in Additive Manufacturing WHO SHOULD ATTEND This is an introductory course designed for engineers and technologists who would like to understand the fundamentals of design for additive manufacturing. Individuals in other professional disciplines who are interested in enhancing their knowledge in this arena will also find this course helpful.


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