Have you signed up for our 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production course yet? This 3-week long intensive online course features useful and insightful live keynote sessions, individualized mentorship, and project-based learning to help you reach your 3D print for manufacturing design goals. Even more, you’ll have access to our lively online classroom space, where you’ll engage with peers and your personal mentor.
The classroom includes a host of interactive elements to make your participation in the class multifaceted and extremely productive. Discussion boards allow you to workshop your ideas big and small and share resources with your peers easily. Collaboration is key as you put together a beautiful, streamlined design for manufacturing. Your mentor and facilitator will review your weekly assignments and provide valuable insight into how to improve your design and achieve your goals.
Our past participants are one of the best conveyors of insight into just how effective our courses are.
Jan Philippe Carino, Owner of Transmedia, said, “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 participant of our Beginner Design for 3D Printing course reflected: “the Beginner Design for 3D Printing course provided me the perfect training to build a foundation in 3D printing. It 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.”
Armed with this knowledge, our past participants have developed exciting, thoughtful designs. In our Beginner and Advanced Design for 3D Printing courses, participants solved common home and work problems with their designs, including universal corner guards for tables featuring an adjustable height setting, a business card protector with a wall thickness to prevent damage, a countertop dish drying rack that solves the problem of pooling water, a 3D printable component for an EDM (Electronic Discharge Machining) for use in medical manufacturing, and an iPhone Flex Sleeve, designed to keep power cables and headphones organized and damage-free.
Our 3D Printing for Prototyping and Production course will similarly provide participants with a multifaceted approach to learning 3D print design – including ample opportunity for collaboration, as well as showcasing all the latest technology and tools in the field.
Take advantage of this exciting opportunity now!
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