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Techniques for 3D printing and other rapid prototyping - Basic training (1 day)

Techniques for 3D printing and other rapid prototyping - Basic training (1 day)

Description

Get started with your 3D printer by taking our 3D printing course. The course is designed to give an introduction on the history of 3D printing and today's 3D printing techniques. By including practical exercises and examples, we will teach you how to use your FDM/FFF 3D printer.

This is a classroom training course with up to 10 participants. All of the practical exercises will be conducted using FFF 3D printers from brands such as MakerBot, FlashForge, Ultimaker, Zortrax and 3DFactories.

The course covers the following topics:

•  History, process description and basic concepts of 3D printing
•  Preparing and fixing 3D models from CAD before 3D printing
•  Preparation, testing and reparation of mesh
•  Creating intelligent support structures
•  Selection of material and placement / orientation of the model
•  Creating custom profiles for 3D printing
•  Troubleshooting
•  Discussions about the present and future of 3D printing and the maker movement

Time

The course starts at 8:00 AM and ends at 5:00 PM.

Where?

Creative Tools 
Slottsmöllan, entrance L
302 31 Halmstad
SWEDEN

(Map and directions)

Course language

The course is normally held in Swedish. Please contact us if you wish to participate in a course held in English.

Food & refreshments

Breakfast, lunch and refreshments are included.

Booking

Book the course by choosing one of the dates above. You can also contact us for booking.

Questions?

Please contact us for more information about our courses. 

  • Product Code: 3301672
  • Availability: Pre-Order
  • 5,000 SEK
  • Ex Tax: 4,000 SEK

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