Who should attend
This course is for engineers, designers, executives, and manufacturers across industries who are new to 3D printing and interested in understanding the technology and its business potential.
About the course
The fastest route to an all-around understanding of industrial 3D printing, through a one-day course jointly hosted by UTS and Materialise.
About this course
3D printing has the capability to revolutionise manufacturing, and make new and innovative solutions and improvements possible across a wide range of sectors, for organizations ranging from startups through to multinationals. But where should interested companies even start? This one-day course introduces the key concepts and capabilities of 3D printing and will help participants understand the key factors, benefits, technologies and considerations in getting started with 3D printing.
- Overview of common 3D printing technologies and materials (Plastic/Metal/Combo)
- Design freedom and design for 3D printing
- Drivers for 3D printing and how to spot applications
- Inspirational use-cases
- The Additive Manufacturing ecosystem
- The digital process flow, linked with relevant software tools
- ProtoSpace tour
- Understand the most common 3D printing technologies and materials.
- Share insights on the main drivers of 3D printing and how it can be applied in business.
- Understand the 3D printing ecosystem and how to make connections between technology, design, engineering and manufacturing.
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.