Originally used for rapid prototyping, Additive M (AM) has evolved into what we know today as 3D printing. Additive Manufacturing is the process of joining materials, layer upon layer, to create an object from a 3D model. Typically, these 3D models are designed utilizing computer-aided-design (CAD) software or a 3D object scanner. This transformative approach that goes from digital to physical enables the creation of stronger, lighter, and more complex products used across many industries including Healthcare, Aerospace, and Automotive.
Additive Manufacturing has revolutionized manufacturing operations and industrial production by offering a more dynamic and flexible digital process. AM provides Engineers with the ability to design and produce parts that incorporate complex structures and materials without requiring assembly. Additionally, they can customize products, produce small quantities at a reasonable price, and increase efficiency by reducing lead times and costs.
The Additive Manufacturing Certificate is designed for professionals, engineering graduates or those seeking to enter the field of AM – 3D printing. Through hands-on experience participants will learn the principles, standards, materials and application of Additive Manufacturing. This highly practical program will allow students to enter the field of Additive Manufacturing.
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There will be a $95 fee upon acceptance into the program
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Candidates are encouraged to apply in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits.
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