3D printing refers to the manufacturing process that additively forms or creates a physical object from a digital design. There are various 3D printing technologies and materials, and all are based on the same principle wherein a digital model is reshaped into a solid three-dimensional object by adding layer after layer.
This course will demonstrate the workings of 3D printers and impart skills involved in creating a CAD model and converting it into a three-dimensional object. You will be aware of different types of 3D printing technologies such as stereolithography, selective laser sintering, and fused deposition modeling. Upon the completion of this course, students will have a solid understanding of 3D printing, its potential, and the ability to print 3D designs. Training will cover the following key aspects:
The scope of 3D printing is growing multifold thanks to the ease of design and manufacturing, less material wastage, and other promises of this additive manufacturing technology. Right from toys to buildings, many products and objects are made in part or fully using 3D printing. Advanced industries like aviation and automobiles also use 3D printing to manufacture parts and hybrids. Students well versed in 3D printing are in great demand in almost all types of industries. Some of the more popular 3D printing jobs are:
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