41302 Additive Manufacturing 16cp; 1hpw (lecture), 2hpw (laboratory), standard, face-to-face
Requisite(s): (68037 Physical Modelling AND (41053 Materials and Manufacturing Engineering A OR 48621 Manufacturing Engineering))
Additive manufacturing (including 3D printing) is a broad set of manufacturing methods and related technologies for producing products. This subject provides students with foundation understanding and utilization of additive manufacturing to transform raw materials and energy into products. This subject provides students with knowledge and skills for the additive manufacturing (3D printing) industry: Introduction into additive manufacturing processes and their uses, skill development in design and fabrication using additive manufacturing processes and workflow planning and analysis for production.
Autumn session, City campus
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