3D printing or additive manufacturing, when applied to production applications, is a technology-driving innovation in manufacturing throughout the supply chain. Within the 3D printing hierarchy of methods, the most commonly adopted technology is fused filament fabrication or FFF. This workshop is designed with the operator and technician in mind and takes place in both a classroom and lab setting. It includes hands-on activities and covers topics including technology strengths, limits, applications for manufacturing, workflow, materials, and design principles.
- Increase understanding of FFF technology to make a well-informed buying decision,Identify strengths and weaknesses with the technology and workflow and Assist with the part design and manage workflow for a successful build operation
- Recommended for Manufacturing personnel tasked with supporting production-line activity
Purdue University MEP
Leadership, Change Leaders, Maintenance, 1st Level Supervisor, Operations Team
Method of Delivery
Face to Face