Our experts have designed a technology agnostic curriculum on the practical application of additive technologies to achieve greater results throughout the entire product development process and into production. This established additive manufacturing training program helps companies push the limits of manufacturing to drive industry-leading innovation.
- Learn How to Effectively Approach Design & Manufacturing from an Additive Technology Perspective
- Examine Freedom of Complexity to Increase Product Possibility by Way of Physics-Based Design
- Review a Wide Range of Materials, Matured Technologies, & Industry-Specific Application Development
These dynamic sessions focus on new realities in manufacturing such as part consolidation, lightweighting, organic geometries, high complexity, faster speeds, mass customization, risk mitigation, higher value problem-solving, lower tooling costs, and even tool-less production.
LET GO OF TRADITIONAL CONSTRAINTS WITH A NEW MINDSET THAT EXPLORES ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING AS A SERIOUS MEANS OF PRODUCTION
The curriculum is based on FATHOM’s technology agnostic approach to solving today’s toughest product development and manufacturing challenges—encouraging teams of designers and engineers to focus on how a product should function, rather than how it will be made which can limit desired functionality. By taking this approach, companies realize better products with the greatest functionality for the end-user.
|TWO PROGRAM OPTIONS||OPTION 1 // FULL-DAY TRAINING||OPTION 2 // PRIVATE TRAINING|
|Led by FATHOM’s applications engineering team, either option serves a company’s need for total design freedom and faster speeds in their product development and manufacturing processes—attendees can develop a new mindset that lets go of traditional manufacturing constraints.||Full-day training events are held at FATHOM locations throughout the year and you can sign up at any time while seating is available—ticket price includes six sessions, plus refreshments, lunch, morning/afternoon breaks, demonstrations, and additive manufacturing facility tour. See available dates below and click thru to register.||Private training events are available as a half-, one-, or two-day event and can be hosted at FATHOM or your preferred location—curriculum can be tailored to incorporate specific interests and pricing varies depending on group size, location, and/or customization. Talk to an account manager to learn more about pricing, availability, and additional program details.|
As of 2017, FATHOM now offers its Design For Additive Manufacturing (DFAM) program at its Oakland and Seattle locations. These regularly hosted full-day training events are made up of six sessions and have been scheduled throughout 2018—registration is open to the public (read press release). FATHOM will continue to offer private courses, as well as consultation services.
|January||Thursday, 25th||9:00am-4:00pm||620 3rd St, Oakland||Registration Closed|
|March||Thursday, 15th||9:00am-4:00pm||620 3rd St, Oakland||Registration Closed|
|March||Thursday, 22nd||9:00am-4:00pm||4302 Stone Way North, Seattle||Registration Closed|
|May||Thursday, 31st||9:00am-4:00pm||620 3rd St, Oakland||Registration Closed|
|July||Thursday, 19th||9:00am-4:00pm||620 3rd St, Oakland||Registration Closed|
|October||Thursday, 25th||9:00am-4:00pm||620 3rd St, Oakland||Sign Up Today|
Our experts can further develop your understanding of how to blend additive technologies with traditional manufacturing during concept development and beyond prototyping into manufacturing—talk with a FATHOM specialist today to schedule this technical training experience.
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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.”
Raul Lucas, CEO at IDNEO // “Our multidisciplinary teams depend on a deep technological know-how to face complex challenges for customers, and it is critical that our designers and engineers have access to meaningful training on the ultimate technologies. Hosting FATHOM’s curriculum on Design For Additive Manufacturing deepened our knowledge on the practical application of these advanced technologies, opened us up to cutting-edge realities, and shifted our mindset on how to make customers’ dreams come true.”
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 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.”