Introduction to 3D printing technology
The purpose of the course is for the student to learn about the operation, characteristics, benefits, limitations and areas of application of digital manufacturing technologies, focusing on 3D printing, both for professional, business and private applications.
Likewise, you will work to understand the different technologies and processes of additive manufacturing, and be trained to make implementation decisions in the development of a product in the company.
The main goal of the course is to acquire knowledge about the operation and use of a professional FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) 3D desktop printer, gaining knowledge about how to obtain parts, products, utillages and prototypes.
Who is it intended for?
It is aimed at people who want to enter the world of 3D digital design and manufacturing.
It is also aimed at people who need to consider, implement or work with additive manufacturing processes (3D printing) in their companies to obtain parts and prototypes during product development.
They must be registered with the Employment Service of Catalonia (SOC) before starting the training action, whether they are unemployed workers (80% of the places) by accrediting the DONO, or if they are employed workers (20% of the places), making the registration at their labor office as a demand for improvement.
- The recipients of the subsidies provided for in this Resolution are women, preferably unemployed and preferably residing in municipalities with less than 30,000 inhabitants.
- Employed working women residing in municipalities with less than 30,000 inhabitants. who are eligible to participate is 30%.
- Working women affected by ERTES residing in municipalities with less than 30,000 inhabitants.
100% subsidized byPublic Employment Service of Catalonia, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan – Funded by the European Union – NextGenerationEU
1. Knowledge of 3D printing
2. Modeling software
3. Impression Validation and testing
“This action is subsidized by the SOC and is financed from the funds coming from the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan – launched by the European Union – NextGenerationEU”.