AMS Spring 2023

New Speakers Added to Our Crash Courses – Last Day for Early Bird Rate for Metals Class

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Make sure to check out the speaker roster for our March classes. We continue to build our programs with industry leaders in 3D printing. Our newest speaker for our Beginner Design for 3D Printing course starting March 5, Jason Slingerland, is a quality assurance engineer at Onshape, where he verifies stability and usability of Onshape products and tests sheet metal tools and standard content.

Onshape, which was recently named one of the “50 Start-Ups May Be the Next ‘Unicorns’” by The New York Times, unites modeling tools and design data management in a secure cloud workspace. In Jason’s article on the Onshape blog, “Why I Chose an Engineering Career,” Jason says after experiencing many obstacles and technology limitations in previous roles, his goal at his job is to change the negative connotation around the word CAD for engineers. We’re excited to learn more about Jason’s experience in his session, “How to Prep Your Models for Printing.”

Speaker Jason Slingerland, QA Engineer at Onshape

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More on our March Crash Courses

One-week Online Events + Workshops:

  • Beginner Design for 3D Printing – March 5, 2019
    • Session 1: Beginning Design Principles
      • Speaker: Jordan Pelovitz, Senior 3D Artist, Wayfair
    • Session 2: How to Prep Your Models for Printing
      • Speaker: Jason Slingerland, Quality Engineer, Onshape
  • Advanced Design for 3D Printing – March 12, 2019
    • Session 1: 3Developing Real Modeling Skills
      • Speaker: SelfCAD
    • Session 2: Coding/Generative Design
      • mathgrrl/Dr. Laura Taalman, Mathematician and 3D Designer
  • Essentials of 3D Printing with Metal – March 19, 2019 – Last day to register with the early bird rate!
    • Session 1: Introduction to Metal Additive Manufacturing
      • Speaker: Melanie Lang, Co-founder and Managing Director, Formalloy
    • Session 2: Design and Materials Considerations
      • Speaker: Frank Medina Ph.D., Consulting Technical Director, EWI: Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, UTEP

Guest Speaker Sessions:

  • 90 minutes of key principles, case studies, and lessons, presented in two livestream sessions with Q&A.
  • All live sessions will be recorded and posted in the online classroom for on-demand access.

Online Workshop:

  • An assignment to apply what you learn, shared in a small group workshop with feedback from an industry expert.
  • All live content will be recorded and posted in the online classroom for on-demand access.

Bundle the courses and save.

Thank you to our Beginner Design for 3D Printing and Advanced Design for 3D Printing sponsor, SelfCAD, for the support.

 

 

 

 

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