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Wednesday 18 October 2023

14:00pm - 20:00pm

STEAMhouse, Belmont Works, Cardigan St, Birmingham B4 7RQ

Learn about the technology, processes, materials, and applications of 3D printing and unlock the potential of additive manufacturing.

Exploring 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, in this comprehensive short course tailored for beginners seeking insights into the world of 3D printing. This course offers the ideal chance to grasp the intricacies of 3D printing technology, processes, and applications, including the transformative realm of additive manufacturing.

Gain a foundational grasp of 3D printing technology and processes, allowing you to comprehend its core principles. Familiarize yourself with the diverse array of 3D printers and materials available, equipping you with insights into their distinct functionalities. Delve into the multifaceted applications of 3D printing, spanning from rapid prototyping to full-scale manufacturing. Moreover, develop a nuanced understanding of the strengths and constraints of 3D printing when juxtaposed with conventional manufacturing techniques.