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Digital Manufacturing Short Course Series

View below for a list of the short-courses supported by HP-NTU Corp Lab with PaCE: 

1. Introduction to 3D Printing
​What is 3D Printing? Why is it so important and what does it mean to companies in manufacturing? Learn all about the technology of 3D printing in this two day course with a clear and wide-ranging introduction on this technology and its implications to the future development of manufacturing. Learn more...
Date: 4 to 5 March 2020
  Registration is closed!

2. 3D Printing of Advanced Polymer Products: Essentials of Polymer Printing (Basic)
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the 3D printing techniques with focus on metals and their applications. You will be introduced to the current landscape of 3D Printing with specific discussions on 3D printing techniques for polymers. Gain hands-on experience in polymer resin, filament and powder processing. New age polymer materials such as carbon fiber will also be introduced. You will have the opportunity to design and print, as well as visit the state-of-the art 3D printing facility. Learn more...
Date: 8 & 11 May 2020
  Registration is closed!

3. 3D Printing of Advanced Polymer Products: Essentials of Polymer Printing (Intermediate)
This course delves deeper into the advanced nuances of 3D Printing. Gain in-depth knowledge on the advanced materials available in polymer printing, as well as be introduced into the emerging applications of carbon fiber printing and multi-material printing. You will also learn about the various testing and measuerment techniques used in polymer printing. You will have the opportunity to design and print, as well as visit the state-of-the art 3D printing facility. Learn more...

Date: 21 to 22 May 2020
   Registration is closed!

4. 3D Printing of Medical Devices and Tissues for the Future of Healthcare
Join this course for a comprehensive introduction of the technologies tailored for healthcare applications. Learn the current landscape of 3D Printing, followed by specific discussion on 3D printed medical parts and bioprinting. Gain latest insights into the overall qualifications processes, materials and regulatory requirements in 3D printing of medical parts. Learn key elements such as software and data processing of medical images. A lab tour session is also included to encourage learning by experience. Learn more...

Date: 28 to 29 May 2020
   Registration is closed!

All short courses listed are:
- SkillsFuture Credits approved




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