ACCELERATED 3-HOUR TRAINING // ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR PRODUCTION OF PLASTIC PARTS
FATHOM has designed a technology agnostic curriculum on the practical application of additive technologies to achieve greater results—this 3-hour program includes an overview of additive technologies and materials, as well as how to design for additive manufacturing. Training also features a section on the break-even point between additive manufacturing and injection molding for the production of plastic parts.
Learn How to Effectively Approach Design & Manufacturing from an Additive Technology Perspective
Examine the Break-Even Point Between Additive Manufacturing & Injection Molding—Includes Direct Part Replacement & Complex Geometry Examples
Explore Topology Optimization & Lattice Structure Design for Additive Manufacturing
Review a Wide Range of Materials, Matured Technologies, & Industry-Specific Application Development
Additive technologies have enabled new realities in manufacturing such as part consolidation, light weighting, organic geometries, high complexity, faster speeds, mass customization, risk mitigation, higher value problem-solving, lower tooling costs, and even tool-less production.
This training seminar ($250 per person) includes refreshments.
Early registration is highly encouraged—seating is limited.
KATELYN GOODWIN AT ELEMENT SCIENCE, INC.
“Feel like our time was respected and the course was efficient without rushing through anything. Excellent presenters and well-prepared slides and materials.”
KYLE D, PROCESS ENGINEER AT BOEING
“FATHOM provided a great overview of current technologies and applications, more specifically on how topology optimization and lattice structures can greatly improve the design while leveraging additive manufacturing.”
ETHAN B, MACHINIST AT STRYKER
“I work closely with 3D printing technologies and look to FATHOM on advances in the additive manufacturing industry, as well as how to best use these technologies.”
BARRON B, ENGINEER AT REDCLEY LLC
"The folks at FATHOM were fantastic at providing a solid background of the tools, processes, and methodologies for additive manufacturing, with an eye towards moving beyond just prototyping.”
SERGI SALDAÑA, MANUFACTURING MANAGER AT IDNEO
“3D printing is greatly increasing the expectations of the manufacturing community. Choosing to host FATHOM’s curriculum on Design For Additive Manufacturing helped us better understand additive technologies, materials, and processes, as well as how to integrate these advancements into our processes today—to keep improving our offerings, speed, and competitiveness.”
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