3D Printing in Metal: An Overview of Additive Manufacturing with Metals

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Our new 3D Printing in Metal: An Overview of Additive Manufacturing with Metals course will be launching in just a few weeks, and from now through February 23, you can sign up for this innovative, practical course at the discounted Early Bird rate of $99.  Save big on this exciting 3-week long course designed to give you deep insight into how you can apply 3D printing in metal to your upcoming ventures.

The course, which starts on March 27, will give you the skills and knowledge you need to execute your 3D printing in metal project. We pair engaging live keynote presentations with interactive small group mentorship, combining the best of in-person workshops with the convenience of digital education. Our online classroom is a supportive learning environment where you can gather 3D print resources, connect with like-minded peers, and expand your 3D printing in metal knowledge. Throughout the course you will be introduced to the latest additive manufacturing technology and will explore case studies workshopped by expert mentors.

Over the course of the 3 weeks, you’ll watch and participate in six live webcasts that will provide the most up-to-date and pertinent information on 3D printing techniques for metal and alloy. In these keynote sessions, leading industry experts will show you key uses and application of metal additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping and end-use production in metal, and multiple methodologies for approaching 3D printing in metal, in both industrial and non-industrial contexts . The keynotes are followed by live Q&A sessions with our speakers, so they will respond to your questions live.

The weekly live webcasts provide knowledge and inspiration for your metal projects and the practical weekly assignments put your acquired learning to good work alongside guidance from your classroom mentor. The assignments are open-ended to invite your creativity, but structured enough to provide the support you need to make your 3D printed metal ventures a success. Additionally, you’ll have the chance to engage in 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 metal additive manufacturing, design considerations and specifications for 3D printing in metal, and the entire 3D printing in metal process from start to finish. The early bird rate of $99 is only available until February 23, so make sure to take advantage of this amazing opportunity today!

Sign up for: 3D Printing in Metal: An Overview of Additive Manufacturing with Metals

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