Sign Up for 3DPrint.com Summer Design Courses and Push Your 3D Printing Design Skills to the Next Level
Are you looking for a way to push your career or hobby further this summer? Sign up for one of 3DPrint.com’s inspiring design courses, starting June 20. The two-week intensive design courses, one for beginners and one for advanced designers, will help you navigate the techniques, tools, and trends of 3D printing in a collaborative learning environment with established and esteemed mentors.
Over the course of the workshops, you’ll hone your 3D print design skills and expand your 3D print literacy with a vast array of new tools and techniques. In our Beginner Design for 3D Printing class, you’ll be introduced to the fundamentals of 3D print design, including demonstrations of versatile and easy-to-use programs. In our Advanced Design for 3D Printing class, you’ll learn more sophisticated engineering skills, coding language, and create and refine an original design for our class-wide design challenge.
Our courses open meaningful dialogue between leading design experts, insightful mentors, and you – the participants. You’ll learn from keynotes, assignment feedback, and discussion boards, which together provide rich insight into the realm of 3D print design. Our multi-faceted approach to online learning also ensures that you will be exposed to a multiple perspectives from industry experts as well as a wide variety of design tools and cutting-edge techniques, creating a meaningful and fertile learning environment.
3DPrint.com Design Course: Insights from Past Participants
Jan Philippe Carino, Owner of Transmedia, and student of our design courses, said: “Great course! I love how many different minds approach the many possible applications of 3D printing, and this course surely showed me how vast this technology can get. I certainly got a lot of ideas from this course.”
Another of our participants writes: “The Beginner Design for 3D printing course provided me the perfect training to build a foundation in 3D printing. It was not targeted for a specific end-user, but gave a good array of various softwares, applications, and information on what printer or program is best for the intended end-use. I highly recommend this course for someone wanting to take their first step or solidify their base knowledge in 3D printing.”
Even better: sign up for our Beginner Design class to solidify your 3D printing base knowledge, and then continue on with our Advanced Design course for the full experience!
Registration is currently open for both our Beginner Design for 3D Printing course and our Advanced Design for 3D Printing course. If you are interested in improving your 3D print design skills in a supported, highly engaging environment, join one – or both! – of our design courses now!
Sign up for: Beginner Design for 3D Printing
Sign up for: Advanced Design for 3D Printing
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