with world-renowned DfAM expert Olaf Diegel
You are invited to attend a special three-day course on design for additive manufacturing (DfAM). Topics include the consolidation of many parts into one, topology optimization and lattice/mesh structures for light-weight structures, and other methods of DfAM. Participants will gain valuable hands-on experience by designing parts for additive manufacturing and building them on industrial AM equipment.
Benefits of DfAM
The image at the left shows a hydraulic manifold for an Airbus A380 spoiler, which is a wing device that slows or causes an airplane to descend. The version at the far left is a conventionally-machined manifold. The one at the right was redesigned and produced by additive manufacturing, and flew on the A380 in March 2017. The AM version reduced weight by 55%—a significant benefit in aircraft manufacturing.
August 8-10, 2018
$2,995, which includes three days of instruction and hands-on learning*
When: August 8-10, 2018
Where: Frisco, Colorado
Registration fee: $2,995, which includes three days of instruction and hands-on learning*
* Price includes three-day course, lunch each day of the event, morning and afternoon refreshments, and breath-taking views of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Please bring a laptop computer. If you have CAD experience, be sure your favorite CAD software is installed and working.
- Become familiar with rules and guidelines related to DfAM
- Design, redesign, and optimize products using CAD and 3D printing software
- Evaluate 3D-printed parts from your company
Who should attend...
The DfAM course is targeted at designers, engineers, and managers wanting to learn how to design parts that fully benefit from additive manufacturing. It is ideal for those involved in aerospace, medical, motor sports, energy, industrial machinery, automotive, and consumer products.
Read what participants from NASA had to say about this DfAM course
"I would definitely recommend this course to colleagues and hope it is made available in the future."
"The most useful was to learn when to use, and not use, additive manufacturing. The software overview on topology optimization and generating lattice/mesh structures was also great."
Contact Ray Huff for questions or register now.