and 3D Printing:
This non-credit workshop powered by Moog, Inc., an aerospace company that provides training to students, professionals, engineers and technicians a path to conceptualization, implementation and operation of additive manufacturing programs within an organization producing usable parts.
The courses are broken down into 3-parts:
- AM 101 (Introduction to AM) gives an overview of the 7 ISO categories of AM, highlights of AM technology available in today’s market, design philosophy enabled by AM, the economics supporting implementation and health and safety considerations.
- AM201 (Engineering and Design for Metal AM) is an immersion in the fundamentals of producing usable AM parts for design engineers and scientists. Hands on machine time exposes students to a Design of Experiments (DOE) as well as discussions on the qualifications, processes, and quality controls needed for successful and usable part programs.
- AM301 (Practical Operation and Application of Metal AM) this course is a hands-on machine and software operation course for technicians and operators. Students will examine parts in software, build parts on the machine and post process them.