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Materialise & UL offering a week of AM training in March

January 22, 2016

Whether you are beginning to learn about 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing (AM) or looking to expand your current AM knowledge, UL and Materialise are collaborating to offer a week of comprehensive AM training program with a variety of courses to fit your needs. Single and multi-day courses are available during the week of March 14 in Leuven, Belgium.

New to 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing?

Materialise 3DP Academy Monday, 14-March

The 1-day Materialise 3DP Academy provides baseline knowledge of the 3D Printing industry, printing technologies, software, materials, quality assurance and applications. The workshop will be hosted at Materialise headquarters and includes a visit to the Materialise factory.  Continue for course details and registration.

Enhance your current AM knowledge with our design courses.

Fundamentals of AM Designs Tuesday, 15-March – Wednesday, 16-March

Learn the factors that determine the manufacturability of existing designs for AM and the application of DFMA principles to new AM designs. This 2-day instructor-led course is intended for professional designers, practicing engineers, and skilled technicians who want to understand how to design parts using AM. Continue for course details, syllabus and registration.

Design Strategies for AM Thursday, 17-March – Friday, 18-March

Learn the application of concurrent engineering to and design for X principles within AM and methods to execute multi-disciplinary design optimizations. This 2-day instructor-led course is intended for professional designers, practicing engineers, and skilled technicians who want to understand how to design parts using AM. Continue for course details, syllabus and registration.

Register for both design courses and receive 20% off your total purchase. For more information on course and group discounts, please contact [email protected].

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