3D Printing with Polymers, our interactive online course, runs from October 16 to 30. We’re in the process of setting a premiere lineup for the course, where over three weeks, you’ll learn the key principles of 3D printing with polymers, the most widely used material in the 3D printing industry.
Know a great speaker? Have an exciting session idea to share? Send speaker submissions to [email protected]. Include a potential topic, session details and relevant social handles.
This course will cover the process of 3D printing with polymers from design through execution, highlighting key concepts and modeling techniques. It will cover the various available polymers (including thermoplastics, elastomers, thermosets, functional polymers, polymer blends and more), the benefits and uses of each, including cost and accessibility.
Sign up now through September 7 for an early bird discount ($149 – a 35 percent discount).
What are you waiting for? Send your speaker and session ideas and sign up today.
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