Additive Manufacturing Strategies

This is the Last Week of the Early Bird Special for 3D Printing in Metal Workshop

ST Medical Devices

Share this Article

Learn the process of 3D printing in metal from design to execution in our all new online 3D Printing in Metal: An Overview of Additive Manufacturing with Metals. The workshop, launching March 27, will show you everything you need to know to apply 3D printing in metal to your upcoming ventures. You’ll also learn about rapid prototyping and end-use production in metal, its benefits and uses, and the latest information on this up-and-coming technology that is set to transform the manufacturing industry. You’ll hear from industry experts in weekly live webcasts, engage in small group discussions in our online classroom, and complete assignments to put your new knowledge and skills into action.

[Pictured: NASA’s metal 3D printed fabric]

Each week features two keynotes sessions covering integral 3D print topics to build towards a cohesive understanding of 3D printing in metal and additive manufacturing.

  • Session 1 | Introduction to metal additive manufacturing and how it’s transforming the manufacturing industry. In this opening session of the course, you’ll be taken through an overview of the process from start to finish, including its benefits, uses, and diverse applications.
  • Session 2 | Get an inspirational look at metal additive manufacturing for industry and art. You’ll learn about numerous applications of 3D printing in metal, both industrial and non-industrial. From an industrial and artist standpoint, you’ll hear multiple methodologies and approaches to 3D printing in metal, and all that is required to execute a design idea.
  • Session 3 | Learn design considerations for metal additive manufacturing. Discover everything you need to know on how to begin designing a prototype or part for printing in metal. Topics covered include maximum overhang length, maximum angle for no supports, maximum and minimum tolerances, and more.
  • Session 4 | Discover methods and materials considerations for metal additive manufacturing. This session will cover all you need to know to make the right choice for your project. You’ll also learn about your options when it comes to available metals and alloys, and the benefits and tradeoffs between conventaion and AM metal processing.
  • Session 5 | Understand rapid prototyping and end-use production in metal additive manufacturing. This session will include examples of rapid prototyping and end-use production for 3D printing in metal and share how it can be done in a fraction of the time and with a fraction of the budget of conventional manufacturing processes.
  • Session 6 | Hear applications of metal additive manufacturing with a closing case study. You’ll hear from an expert in the field about the ways they’ve incorporated metal additive manufacturing into their startup, and lessons learned along the way. By the end of the session, you’ll know where to find access to the technology you need, information on bootstrapping your production, optimizing your production process and costs, and what resources are available for getting involved in 3D printing in metal.

Sign up before Friday, February 23 to register at our early bird rate of $99 – a steep discount off of our regular rate of $179.

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

Discuss this course and other 3D printing topics at 3DPrintBoard.com or share your thoughts below. 

 

Share this Article


Recent News

New Self-Healing Plastic for 3D Printing Epitomizes Plastic Conundrum

3D Printing Drone Swarms, Pt 11: AI-Powered Boats



Categories

3D Design

3D Printed Art

3D Printed Food

3D Printed Guns


You May Also Like

Nuclear Reactor 3D Printing Method Licensed from ORNL

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has been making significant progress in 3D printing parts for use in one of the most volatile and dangerous environments:...

3D Printing Drone Swarms, Part 7: Ground & Sea Logistics

As we discuss in our ongoing 3D Printing Drone Swarms series, additive manufacturing (AM) will play an increasing role in the production of all manner of semi-sentient robots. This has...

3D Printed Oil Tanker Parts Approved after 6 Months of Evaluation Use

The oil and gas markets, along with maritime, are less exploited sectors for the additive manufacturing (AM) industry. However, progress is being made in this regard, with a group of...

The Calm Before the Swarm: Notre Dame Researcher 3D Prints Swarm of Robot Insects

The spread of blueprints for DIY gun manufacture has been one of the most infamous developments in 3D printing’s recent history. But this is, of course, far from the only...


Shop

View our broad assortment of in house and third party products.