Training ObjectivesDefine the design requirements in relation to AM suitability, material and process selection, Develop your AM design using the unique opportunities AM has to offer, Deliver a workable design which complies with the considerations and restrictions of DfA.
Training ContentsDesign for Performance (Opportunities): Design for structural performance, Flow performance, Lattice structures, Part consolidation, Multi-materials/FGMs. Design for Manufacture (Constraints): Design rules for manufacturability, Build-ability checking.
Digital Innovation HubsManufacturing Technology Centre
- 3D Printing
- Practical exercices
- Practical session in lab
- Face to face
Technology Absortion Cycle
- Awareness: supports understand the basic functionality of the technology and its fields of application.
- Configuration: supports the process of determining how a technology is implemented in a real manufacturing setting. It includes the creation of a business case.
- Implementation: supports the implementation and installation of the technology in an industrial setting.
- Operation: supports knowing how to operate the technologies during daily operations.
- Research & Development
- Ocupational Studies
- 5 to 10
Durations: 3-5 days,
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