It’s your last chance to sign up for our exciting 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production course at the special early bird rate. For just $99, you get 3 weeks of timely, compelling keynotes, one-on-one mentorship, and project-based learning in an online classroom environment that will advance your 3D print knowledge and ability.
The course features six live speaker sessions from industry experts (read all about our weekly schedule here), whose work is on the cutting edge of 3D printing technology.
Our session 3 keynote, Alexander Berry, is the director and product designer at Sutrue: Handheld Suturing Devices. Sutrue is a startup medical device company responsible for developing an automated surgical suturing device for the operating room, and they are currently at the demo stage of the endoscopic version of the device. Along with his team, Berry has designed, prototyped, and begun to manufacture the fully-functional suturing device using 3D printing and CAD technology. In addition to the huge decrease in development time required for the production of the suturing devices, Sutrue has reduced their development costs from approximately $4.5 million to $64 thousand. You’ll hear all about how to prepare your prototypes for production with Berry on November 7.
One of our speakers in the final week of our course is Kat Ely, Principal Designer & Founder, CLEAR Design Lab. CLEAR Design Lab focuses on innovative design, rapid prototyping, and useable new technologies. They have worked on developing over 100 projects, running the gamut from consumer goods to robotics. One of their recent collaborations was with Franklin Robotics, for whom they designed and autonomous garden weed-killing robot. They set to work on designing an aesthetically pleasing, intuitively functioning prototype, while maintaining technical and technological integrity via features such as waterproofing, agility, and ergonomics. Their clever design is as visually appealing as it is useful. Other recent prototyping projects from CLEAR Design Lab include prototyping and manufacturing the components of a robotic hand with RightHand Robotics, and developing a user-friendly but technologically advanced weather station with FarmHub. During her session on November 14, Ely will discuss the ins and outs of mold making for prototypes, drawing on her many years of hands-on experience.
And this is just a small sampling of the many insights our guest speakers have to offer throughout the 3-week long course. Each keynote will bring you closer to a complete picture of 3D printing for manufacturing. What’s more, our unique online classroom provides a place where all of the insights shared by our speakers can get put to good work. You’ll work on a personal 3D print project all while being guided by an one-on-one expert mentor, and have access to facilitated discussion boards to collaborate with your peers. This supportive environment is where you can make 3D print magic!
Sign up before September 29 to register at our early bird rate of $99 – a steep discount off of our regular rate of $149. This is your last chance to sign up at the discounted rate for this engaging course, so don’t hesitate!
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