This course is of 14 days offline followed by a 3 days workshop at our Hyderabad centre with Internship & Certification from Industry and Academia.
Adresse – Center for Additive Manufacturing & Product Design
CMR Technical Campus, Hyderabad – 501401
Industry Partners – Maker Global & Additive Manufacturing India Pvt. Ltd.
Mentoren – Ajay Madala
Mr. M. Ajay Kumar, Assistant Professor in Mechanical department has completed his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering From JNTU, Hyderabad and M. Tech in Product Design Engineering from JNTU , Anantapur and Pursuing PhD from KIIT University Bhubaneswar . He has published papers in International/National Journals/ Conferences and Organized Workshops/FDP’s in various institutions across the country. M.Ajay Kumar is on Reviewer Board for various International Journals. He is member of many Professional/ International bodies like ISTE, SAE,AMIME. He is a Mentor for Atal Innovation Mission Initiated by NITI Aayog Government of India. He is also Mentor and consultant for various 3D printing companies in India. His research interests include Additive Manufacturing, 4D Printing, Shape Memory polymers, Metal Additive Manufacturing.
OUTCOMES / CAREER OPPORTUNITY
3D Printing in Automotive:
With Additive manufacturing using 3D Printers, you can print highly accurate, functional prototypes or tools that can withstand lots of abuse. This gives engineers and designers the ability to improve and test designs quickly. And it cuts down lead times to days, instead of weeks compared to traditional methods.
- Concept models
- Functional testing
- Custom tools & parts
- Jigs, fixtures & gauges
Using 3D printing, Volkswagen Autoeuropa can develop customized solutions to address specific problems, re-engineer application of concepts applied on auxiliary assembly, get rid of paperwork, and shrink implementation time.
Why is 3D Printing going to be future in in automotive?
- 3D printing shrinks the development process from months to a matter of days
- You’re able to test ideas quickly and discover what does and doesn’t work. New iterations have no cost penalties
- It’s easy to personalize and tweak parts to uniquely fit your needs at no extra cost and in just a matter of hours
- Engineers can discuss a design with peers or rapidly test the market potential at a trade-show
- You can verify a design before investing in an expensive molding tool
Validate the manufacturability of the design at early stages by printing the actual part. New iterations can be easily made in-house in a few hours, with no cost penalties.
With 3D printing, companies like Eventuri are able to quickly create prototypes and perform functional and fit testing before developing the final carbon-fibre parts.
3D printing custom functional prototypes in-house allows for faster and more efficient production process, from design and testing, through to production and post-processing.
Tools, jigs, and fixtures
3D printing enabled Volkswagen Autoeuropa to test construction and assembly tools, reduce their development times by 95% and achieve a 91% cost reduction.
3D Printing and other digital prototyping tools are now buzzwords in the creative world.
This looks like a crash course on tools – but it’s really about getting you started on that dream project you’ve wanted to build. You’ll learn from experts who’ll be there to guide you through the sessions. It doesn’t matter if you’ve got rudimentary or no technical knowledge. We will begin at the basics. And then set you off on your journey of innovation and tinkering.
Just bring your attitude, laptop, and lunch boxes. All materials, tools and insights for the sessions are on us.
T&C: Cancellations and refund request accepted only 72 hrs prior to the workshop.
|Herzlich willkommen||00: 00: 00|
|Using the exercise files||00: 00: 00|
|Discovering 3D printing|
|What is 3D printing?||00: 00: 00|
|How 3D printing works?||00: 00: 00|
|What you can make with 3D printing?||00: 00: 00|
|History of 3D printing||00: 00: 00|
|Introducing 3D Printing Technology|
|3D printing options||00: 00: 00|
|Introducing filament-based printers||00: 00: 00|
|Looking at stereolithography||00: 00: 00|
|Laser sintering||00: 00: 00|
|Jet technologies||00: 00: 00|
|Full-color prints||00: 00: 00|
|Creating Your First Design|
|Understanding manifold design||00: 00: 00|
|Creating a design with solid modeling||00: 00: 00|
|Mesh-Modellierung||00: 00: 00|
|Other types of modeling||00: 00: 00|
|Creating a design with 3D scanning||00: 00: 00|
|Introducing file repositories||00: 00: 00|
|Keeping track of units||00: 00: 00|
|Designing for reality||00: 00: 00|
|Repairing a 3D design|
|Introducing netfabb studio||00: 00: 00|
|Performing an automatic repair in netfabb studio||00: 00: 00|
|Performing a manual repair in netfabb studio||00: 00: 00|
|Slicing a flat bottom||00: 00: 00|
|Creating a hollow model||00: 00: 00|
|Wrapping a model||00: 00: 00|
|Measuring your 3D model||00: 00: 00|
|Exporting your file||00: 00: 00|
|Nächste Schritte||00: 00: 00|
|Lecture – MIT||00: 00: 00|
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