Sign Up for Our New 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production Course with an Early Bird Special

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Our new 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production course will be launching in just a few short weeks, and from now through September 29, you can sign up for this innovative, practical course at the discounted Early Bird rate of $99. That’s a huge savings on this exciting 3-week long course designed to develop your 3D printing prototyping skills.

The course, which starts on October 31, is the best way to hone your 3D printing skills online. We pair engaging live keynote presentations with interactive small group mentorship, blending the best of in-person workshops with the freedom and flexibility of online learning. Our digital classroom is supportive learning environment in which your 3D print design thinking can thrive. Throughout the course you will be introduced to exciting models for production and state-of-the-art tools and CAD software in real time demos and lessons, while simultaneously building an effective and efficient prototyping process inspired by and workshopped by expert mentors.

Over the course of the 3 weeks, you’ll participate in 6 insightful and informative keynotes, each specifically formulated to provide the most pertinent and incisive information on 3D print techniques for manufacturing. In the keynote sessions, which air live each week, leading industry experts will teach you the cutting-edge skills you need to move forward in the field of 3D print for production, covering topics ranging from best practices for 3D print prototyping techniques, to Fusion 360 tutorials, to the latest techniques for Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM). The keynotes are followed by live Q&A sessions with our special guests, so they can respond directly to all of your most pressing prototyping and design questions.

The weekly keynotes provide ample design inspiration and the weekly assignments put that inspiration to good work alongside astute guidance from your small group mentor. The assignments are open-ended to invite your creativity to come alive, but scaffolded enough to provide the support you need to make your prototyping plans a success. What’s more, you’ll also engage in timely and relevant discussions on our classroom discussion boards, moderated by your mentor, who will be there to provide resources and feedback all along the way.

You’ll emerge from the workshop with a deeper understanding of 3D print design for prototyping and production and increased confidence in your design skills for manufacturing. The early bird rate of $99 is only available until September 29, so be sure to sign up for this exciting opportunity today!

Sign up for: 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production

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