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.
For more information about our Additive Manufacturing offerings, please contact:
Mr. Travis Hurst
Academic Affairs/Workforce Development