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3D Printing course (Duration: 24 Hours)

3D Printing is a process of converting digital files into three dimensional solid objects. The 3D printer stacks thin layers of materials one above another to make solid objects - since it involves adding layers, 3D printing is also called additive manufacturing. 3D Printing helps engineers not only to make final product, but also optimize the quality of prototypes of products that have to be manufactured in the traditional way at factories.

The course provides expert training in 3D Modeling and 3D Printing, covering all steps such as digitizing designs, preparing and exporting 3D models, PolyJet, and FDM. Students will be given live demonstrations of 3D Printing and carry out projects.

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Course Structure
  • Introduction of 3D Printing
  • Evolution of 3D Printing
  • What is additive manufacturing?
  • General procedure of 3D Printing
  • 3D CAD file formats
  • Stereo lithography (stl) files
  • Various Printing technologies (SLA, SLS, FDM, Poly jet printing,
  • Color jet Printing, SHS, SLM, LOM, Multi jet Printing, DLP)
  • FDM in detail
  • Operating Plasto 200 - Live demonstration
  • STL principles
  • Object placement
  • Object analysis
  • Slicing and printing
  • Print settings

Industries and institutions are fast adopting 3D Printing. They employ engineers, and designers with 3D Printing training as prototype and product engineers. 3D Printing experts are employed in design houses that provide 3D design, 3D computer-aided design (CAD) modeling, biological and scientific modeling, and architecture/construction modeling services.


Pass in any diploma course or bachelor’s degree. Suitable for engineering students.

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