Kick off fall with our signature course, 3D Printing in Metal, September 18 to October 2 online, where you’ll learn the process of 3D printing in metal from design through execution. This course is one of three launching this fall, along with Trends & Innovations in Dentistry and 3D Printing for Dental Materials and 3D Printing with Polymers, starting in September and October, respectively.
In the interactive online course, we’ll cover the basic principles of metal additive manufacturing, from practical applications to critical methodologies like rapid prototyping and end-use production. By the end of the class, you’ll have a foundational understanding of how you can apply 3D printing in metal to your upcoming ventures.
The best part? Learn from industry experts wherever you are. Over three weeks, you’ll attend live keynote sessions with 3D printing thought leaders – and participate in interactive Q&As, product demos, and optional breakout groups – all from the comfort of your own computer. You’ll not only participate in live sessions, you’ll also have access to everything you need to review, refresh, and review again in a simple, easy to navigate online classroom, where you can access session recordings and materials.
When you sign up with the Early Bird rate ($99 — a 45 percent discount), you’ll get immediate access to bonus materials from past courses related to 3D printing in metal so you can start learning today! Act soon; the discount is only valid through August 3.
Speakers include thought leaders representing some of the most innovative companies in the space, including:
- Prakash Kolli, Ph.D, Blue Point Materials Research
- Tim Ruffner, Desktop Metal
- Scott Volk, incodema3D
Read more about their sessions, and a sneak peek at upcoming sessions here: 3D Printing in Metal: An Overview of Additive Manufacturing with Metals
Speakers continue to be announced. Stay tuned!
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