Additive manufacturing for 3D printing
The main objective of the course is to acquire knowledge about the operation and use of a professional FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) desktop 3D printer, in order to learn how to obtain parts, products, tooling and prototypes.
Acquire knowledge about the operation and use of a professional FDM desktop 3D printer to obtain garments, products, tools and prototypes.
Know the operation, characteristics, benefits, limitations and fields of application of additive manufacturing technologies (3D printing) for the professional field.
Understand the different technologies and processes of additive manufacturing and be trained to make decisions to implement these technologies in the development of a product in the company.
- Introduction to Digital Manufacturing and 3D Printing
- Additive Manufacturing Processes
- Desktop 3D printing (FDM)
- 3D printing services, part libraries and resources
- 3D modeling and digitization
- Post-processing of printed parts
- Additive manufacturing applications
- Practice and visit to Pilot Plant
How to register
To register you must fill in the form that you will find in the “registration” button and attach the following documentation:
Complete and attach Annex 1 to the pre-registration form.
- Photocopy of valid ID card.
- Curriculum Vitae.
- Photocopy of the last payroll in its entirety showing the following information: Social Security No. of the worker, Social Security No. of the company and CIF of the company (if you are in active employment).
- Photocopy of the last receipt of self-employed (only if you are self-employed).
- Photocopy of the updated DARDO (document of registration of job application to the Public Employment Service of Catalonia) (only if you are unemployed).
- Photocopy of any document showing your Social Security affiliation number (only if you are unemployed).
- Salaried female workers who work in private companies or public entities not included in the scope of application of the training agreements of public administrations and who pay Social Security contributions for Vocational Training.
- Discontinuous permanent workers in periods of non-employment, people who become unemployed when they are in the training period or people under employment regulation in their periods of work suspension.
- Unemployed female workers (limited places for all schemes per call).
- Special scheme for self-employed persons.
- Women workers in ERTO situations.
- Female workers in the service of public administrations can only participate in the transversal training actions foreseen in base 2 of this annex, with a maximum limit of 10% of the total number of persons participating in the training programme.