3D concept studio

Participants will begin by exploring historical influences which shaped the modern manufacturing industry and study current and emerging 3D printing technologies in terms of their application, economic implications, limitations and gain an understanding of practical design and fabrication.

Course Structure:

4-6 Study Hours Per Week (Includes Lecture Hours and Lab Hours)

14 Study Units and 06 Additional Units

Learning Outcomes:

History of Manufacturing
Current and Emerging Uses of 3D Printing
Evaluation of Prominent 3D Printing Technologies
Situational Analysis and Technological Selection
Economic Implications of Technology
Design and Print of Objects with Moving Parts