This year, the theme is 3D and the dates are October 24 to 27 (including travel).
The 3D printing technology is regularly covered in the media. The possible applications of this technology seem limitless and are increasingly finding their way into the private sphere, e.g. for upcycling of everyday objects or the production of spare parts that are no longer available. 3D printers are becoming more and more powerful and user-friendly and are now affordable for everyone. In fact, 3D printing offers many advantages for many creative home- and model makers. In the field of education for people with visual impairments, tactile teaching materials can be produced easily and affordably.
However, there is still a prevailing opinion that 3D printing can only be done by IT specialists and technicians.
The introductory course aims to provide answers to these very questions. Contents of the course are:
- Private application areas of 3D printing
- Different 3D printing processes and materials
- Costs and effort
- Advantages of 3D printing compared to conventional manufacturing methods
- Obtaining parts from databases, 3D scanning and design
- Demonstration of various printing processes
- Practical operation of a 3D printer
- Basic construction with Autodesk Fusion360
This trainng event will be held by our member BFW Düren (Germany) with the support of ENVITER. to have a 360° view on the training area, where the course will take place: Klick here
Once a year, we wish our member’s professionals to meet so they can have a training experience usually focusing on content about new and innovative methodologies, practices and tools that often resulte from our projects. It is a perfect time to exchange ideas, train our professionals, create some links between them and develop smaller internal networks of specific professionals working in the same areas.
This year, the subjetc will be 3D!
Contact us if you wish to enrol you or someone from your organization, having in mind that the deadline for this is October 3th.