Event 

Design for Additive Manufacturing 

by Objective 3D 
on 29-Sep-2019 
at Objective3D Additive Manufacturing Centre 33-35 Yazaki Way, Carrum Downs, VIC 3201 
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PARTICIPANT TAKEAWAYS

  • - Learn the fundamentals of additive and subtractive manufacturing
  • - Understand the operating principles, capabilities, and limitations of state-of-the-art AM methods, including laser melting, fused deposition modeling, stereolithography, and jetting.
  • - Become familiar with the complete workflow of AM, including computational design tools, file formats, toolpath generation, scanning, and microstructure characterisation.
  • - Understand key design rules for parts made by AM, and compare and contrast AM processes with conventional manufacturing methods such as machining and moulding in terms of rate, quality, cost, and flexibility.
  • - Gain hands-on experience with a post-processing workshop session
  • - Learn about Topological Optimisation and Generative Design of 3D part geometries using Solidworks “Live Parts”.
  • - Study applications of AM across industries, including aerospace/automotive, medical devices, energy, electronics, and consumer products via examples and case studies, understand how to assess the suitability of AM for an application, and realise how this justification will change as AM improves.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • - Design Engineers
  • - Manufacturing Engineers
  • - Product / Industrial Designers
  • - Educators / Research Engineers
  • - AM Technicians / CAD Operators
  • - Anyone with CAD experience with a strong interest in improving the efficiency of their AM process.

DATE

Wed, 25th Sept 2019
 

TIME

9.00am – 5.00pm (Lunch included)
 

VENUE

Objective3D Additive Manufacturing Centre
33-35 Yazaki Way, Carrum Downs, VIC 3201
Location Map
 

COST

$1500 per person
(includes a Certificate of Completion & Course Notes)
 

COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS

Participants can bring their own Laptops or tablets but, not essential.
 

COURSE OUTLINE

  • - Introduction
  • - Addition and Subtraction
  • - 3D Printing Materials and Processes
  • - General Part and Feature Design
  • - Practical Workshop Session
  • - Part Design – Product Enclosure
  • - Optimisation – Parts and Process
  • - Summary / Conclusion
 



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