We’re kicking off fall with a series of interactive online courses this fall, including 3D Printing with Polymers, a three-week online course starting October 16. If you sign up by September 7, you’ll receive our special early bird discount (45 percent savings).
3D Printing with Polymers starts October 16
We’ve confirmed exciting speakers, including thought leaders in the space like:
James Murphy and Mike Vasquez, confirmed speakers
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.
By the end of this course, participants will:
- Understand the basic principles of 3D printing with polymers, its benefits, key uses, and applications
- Learn about multiple methodologies for approaching 3D printing with polymers, in both industrial and non-industrial contexts
- Know the materials and processes involved in 3D printing with polymers, and understand when to employ which, based on capability, mechanical properties, and cost
- Learn about design considerations and specifications for 3D printing in polymers
Want to learn about how 3D printing is influencing other industries? You can also sign up for 3D Printing in Metal and Trends & Innovations in Dentistry, starting September 18 and September 25, respectively.
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