Additive Manufacturing Training Bootcamp
Additive manufacturing (AM) is the most recent and the most revolutionary technology in the production industry.
Additive manufacturing is an unconventional method of manufacturing because in this manufacturing method, material is added one layer upon another layer to get the required shape and size of object.
Most complex objects can be built very easily by this technology. Additive manufacturing has the capability to reduce the supply chain by reducing a number of processing stages of a product.
Additive manufacturing has applications spread from Aerospace industry to Toy industry and from Biomedical industry to Construction field. Additive manufacturing leads to “Social manufacturing” which involves customers in all stages of product manufacturing.
Additive manufacturing is yet another modality of the digital era.
Additive manufacturing is a technological advancement made possible by the transition from analog to digital processes.
In recent years, communications, imaging, architecture and engineering have all undergone their own digital revolutions. Now, additive manufacturing brings digital flexibility and efficiency to manufacturing operations.
Essentially, additive manufacturing uses data computer-aided-design (CAD) software or 3D object scanners to direct hardware to deposit material, layer upon layer, in precise geometric shapes.
The growing list of benefits from implementing additive manufacturing is impressive, such as organizations save on material waste and energy. The core definition of 3D printing is methodically adding material until a part is created.
It starts with laying down a base layer of material then adding subsequent layers until the part is complete. You may also need to file off burrs or supports that hold up the part during printing, but the overall waste is minimal.
Consolidating parts for manufacturing can also save energy and material costs.
Prototyping also costs much less using an additive manufacturing approach. That’s because the cost of a CNC milling setup is considerable, and its subtractive process piles up material costs. The expense of an additive manufacturing prototype is comparatively cheaper.
Additive Manufacturing Training Bootcamp by Tonex
Tonex’s Additive Manufacturing training bootcamp helps facilitate the safe and successful implementation of additive manufacturing (AM) for engineers, designers, product managers, project managers, technicians and other professionals. Our multi-tier bootcamp curriculum guides participants through foundational industry knowledge to in-depth, hands-on experiential learning.
Participants will learn about 3D Printing, special features, processes, software, material, and postprocessing techniques.
Our instructor-led and online training bootcamp will help to facilitate the safe and successful implementation of AM. The bootcamp training style is structured to provide the attendees with a great level of flexibility and value.
- Additive Manufacturing (AM) economics
- Additive Manufacturing processes
- 3D printing industry and related technologies
- Foundations of 3D Printing features software, material, printers and postprocessing techniques.
- Design for Additive
- Tools to develop, implement and optimize designs for different strategies in additive manufacturing
- Managing Quality and Safety
Powder Bed Fusion
- Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS)
- Selective laser sintering (SLS)
- Selective heat sintering (SHS)
- Electron beam melting (EBM)
- Direct metal laser melting (DMLM)
- Binder Jetting
- Material extrusion in additive manufacturing processes
- Spooled polymers
- Using adhesion between layers
- Precise temperature control or the use of chemical bonding agents
Directed Energy Deposition
- The process of directed energy deposition (DED)
- Material extrusion
- wider variety of materials
- Using polymers, ceramics, and metals.
- Electron beam gun or laser mounted on a four- or five-axis arm
- Wire or filament feedstock or powder
- Laminated object manufacturing (LOM)
- ultrasonic additive manufacturing (UAM)
- Alternate layers of paper and adhesive
- Thin metal sheets conjoined through ultrasonic welding
- Low-temperature, low-energy process used with various metals, including titanium, stainless steel and aluminum
- Material Jetting
- Vat Polymerization
- Microfine resin layer using ultraviolet (UV) light directed by mirrors.
Additive Manufacturing Technologies
- Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)
- Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) and Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
- Stereolithography (SLA)
Additive Manufacturing Materials
Additive Manufacturing Assurance
- Quality Assurance
Additive Manufacturing Training Bootcamp