Want to learn 3D printing online? Throughout the month of March, we are running one-week intensive online courses for all levels. Register today—it’s the last day to get the early bird rate.
March will be full of 3D printing madness here at 3DPrint.com. Over the course of the month, we are offering four interactive online workshops that each include 90 minutes of two livestream sessions with Q&A. The dynamic programs for each course will be filled with expert advice on key principles, case studies, and interactive lessons from industry leaders. Courses include:
- Beginner Design for 3D Printing – March 5, 2019
- Session 1: Beginning Design Principles
- Session 2: How to Prep Your Models for Printing
- Advanced Design for 3D Printing – March 12, 2019
- Session 1: 3D Printing Engineering Principles
- Session 2: Coding/Generative Design
- Essentials of 3D Printing with Metal – March 19, 2019
- Session 1: Introduction to Metal Additive Manufacturing
- Session 2: Design and Materials Considerations
- Filaments, Materials, and Software Considerations for 3D Printing – March 26, 2019
- Session 1: Think Like a Designer and Learn how to Use Tinkercad
- Session 2: Printing Preparation Programs and Plate Models
Here are a few highlights from two of the sessions:
In the second session of Advanced Design for 3D Printing, speaker Dr. Laura Taalman (aka mathgrrl), a mathematician and 3D designer, will go over coding for 3D printing. She’ll show you what tools are out there and how they impact the future of design.
Frank Medina Ph.D., consulting technical director at EWI and associate professor of mechanical engineering at UTEP, will cover key considerations for printing in metal in the second session of Essentials of 3D Printing with Metal. He’ll share current technologies and materials, processing factors that impact resolution, potential flaws and porosity, and methods to achieve desired surface finish, durability, and reliability in service environments.
As we continue to add to the speaker rosters, so stay tuned!
The courses are cumulative, so you can take one, two, three, or all four courses depending on what you want to learn for your 3D printing ventures. Take advantage of early bird rates and register now.
Thank you to our Beginner Design for 3D Printing and Advanced Design for 3D Printing sponsor, SelfCAD, for the support.
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