ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING MATERIALS SCIENCE This course provides a comprehensive
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overview of the materials that can be used with additive manufacturing (AM) processes. After completing this course, you will not only be able to distinguish between thermoplastic and thermoset polymers, ferrous metals and nonferrous alloys, and ceramic and composite materials, but also be able to determine which material type is most appropriate for use with a specific AM process. INTEGRATING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING WITH TRADITIONAL MANUFACTURING This course discusses the factors manufacturers should consider when adding an additive manufacturing (AM) component to a traditional manufacturing operation, including cost, logistics, and best uses of AM with traditional manufacturing, among other concerns. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING AS A SECONDARY PROCESS This course provides a comprehensive overview of the way in which manufacturers can use additive manufacturing (AM) as a secondary, or indirect, process. Knowledge about AM secondary processes and their benefits is important in order to understand the full impact that AM has upon traditional manufacturing. Upon completion, you will be able to identify the traditional manufacturing areas that benefit from using AM as a secondary process and the advantages and disadvantages of doing so.
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