3D Printing

Fee: 500 €

Duration days / hours : 6 days / 30 hours

The training course can be funded by Erasmus+ KA1 programme (staff mobility).

The course allows people who have no experience in this sector to learn how to model and print an object with the use of a 3D model software and a 3D printer machine.

Those who already have basic 3D modeling skills will be able to use their favorite design software. Those unfamiliar with design software will be provided with the basics for three-dimensional drawing, using open source modeling software.

The course will be carried out in blended mode with online lessons and other frontal lessons which will be specific laboratory hours in which prototypes will be made thanks to the instrumentation of the CEIPES laboratory.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to use the 3D printer independently and to model and object with a CAD software.

The main objective of the course is the acquisition of skills and knowledge for the autonomous use of a 3D printer with FDM technology and the use of a CAD software.

  • To understand the potential and limits of 3D printing
  • To learn to evaluate 3D models from the point of view of “manufacturability”
  • To learn the basic principles of three-dimensional modeling
  • To learn to use the most popular slicing software (CAM)
  • To understand the CAD to CAM workflow
  • To learn how to use a 3D printer
  • To learn the anatomy of the 3D printer
  • To understand the most common problems and solve them
  • To design and build your own three-dimensional product
  • To learn how to post produce your 3D prints
  • Teachers who intend to update and implement their CV
  • Students who intend to perfect their curriculum
  • Professionals who intend to update or convert their CV
  • Hobbyists interested in learning the use 3D printing and 3D model
  • Designers, graphic designers, engineers, architects and so on..

DAY ONE:

  • Introduction to 3D printing
  • Overview of additive manufacturing technologies, differences with subtractive manufacturing technologies
  • Characteristics, limits and areas of use of the various 3D printing technologies (FDM, SLS, SLA, DLP, DLM, Polyjet)

DAY TWO:

  • Anatomy of the machinery, limits and potential
  • Loading and replacing print materials
  • How to search for a 3D model

DAY THREE:

  • Practical test and 3D modeling exercises aimed at printing
  • Workflow of the digital manufacturing process from CAD to print
  • Introduction of slicing software

DAY FOUR 

  • Illustration of an open-source slicing program
  • Print parameters: resolution, infill and shell, supports
  • Feasibility of printing the three-dimensional model and optimization
  • Optimization of materials
  • Solving the most common problems through open-source software

DAY FIVE:

  • Development of a personal project

DAY SIX:

    • Print projects
    • Postproduction of the prints

It is advisable to bring your own laptop or tablet, but it is not mandatory.

The stations will be fully equipped.

Consumables, 3D printing filaments and more will be provided by CEIPES as they are included in the registration fee.

The lenght and the contents of the programmes can be modified according to the needs, more details will be given to interested organizations. Certificate of attendance by CEIPES will be awarded. If within the Erasmus+ programme, an EUROPASS certificate of attendance and competence will be awarded.

The programme, on request and with an extracharge, may include Italian classes, cultural activities, organization of board and lodging.

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