3D Printing in Metal, our three-week online class, starts September 18. The online class mixes live instructor-led sessions with online discussions and personalized help from course facilitators. By the end of the class, you’ll learn the key principles of metal additive manufacturing.
The best part? If you sign up by September 6 you’ll receive 23 percent off!
Sign up by September 6 for a discount on 3D Printing in Metal, starting September 18
In the class, you’ll hear from thought leaders like Mark Norfolk, President at Fabrisonic, who will present his session, Solid State 3D Printing of Metals. In Mark’s session, participants will:
- Learn about the difference between fusion based AM and solid state based AM processes
- Discuss and show examples of printing dissimilar metals
- Discuss the build and qualification of heat exchangers for NASA JPL
- Discuss and show examples of embedding electronics into metal parts
Mark Norfolk, President at Fabrisonic, class speaker
Want to learn more? Take a look at all sessions here. You can also check out our other online classes, Trends & Innovations In Dentistry and 3D Printing with Polymers, starting September 25 and October 16, respectively.
The class is presented by Markforged
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