Additive Manufacturing

3D printing is the processes by which the object is created to 3D shaped object with a digital file. 3D printing is used in both rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing. 3D Printing has the potential to revolutionise the way we create physical objects. The technology is making headway into a number of industries and is the future of prototyping. EduCADD envisions this technology to be at the core of school, higher education and an enabler of innovation. The evolution of 3D printing has seen a rapid growth in the number of companies adopting the technology. The applications and use vary across industries, but broadly include tooling aids. Today 3D printing is widely used in aerospace, Automotive, Medical and Dental, Consumer goods, Industrial goods and the list is growing day by day.
This course is suitable for beginner with good knowledge on CAD/CAM and for aspiring professionals with little or no experience. Also it is highly recommended for anyone who has a passion for a career in designing or production.
Course Objective:
The objective of this course is to make learners understand Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Technology. Trends, Applications, Opportunities & Design tools used for this breakthrough technology. Course covers the process of Additive Manufacturing (AM) and its applications, Learning & Practicing on designing Tools and understanding the basic and advanced settings. You also learn about design Thinking and understanding the importance of Design Thinking in Prototyping. Program covers a hands on project with 3D printer, its settings, operations, installation and basic trouble shooting. By the end of the course leaner will have good understanding of process of prototyping from design to printing.
key Contents:

Introduction of 3D

Evolution of 3D

About Additive Manufacturing

CAD File formats for 3D print

Stereo lithography files

Various Printing technologies (SLA, SLS, FDM,

Poly jet printing, color jet printing, SHS,SLM,LOM,

Multi jet Printing, DLP)

FDM in details

Preparation of print ready file using Plasto 200

Operating Plasto 200- Live Demonstration

STL principles

Object Placement

Print settings

Material properties

Manual Controls



Duration: 30 Hrs
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