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Understanding the A-Z of 3D Printing

Understanding the A-Z of 3D Printing

In this course, you’ll learn about some of the different 3D printing processes, applications, materials, and best practices.

What you’ll learn

Understanding the A-Z of 3D Printing

  • A general explanation of how 3D printing works, or what it is used for.
  • SLA, DLP, FDM, and other 3D printing processes can be used.
  • 3D printing process and materials.
  • In the modern world, 3D printing is used for many things.


  • It doesn’t matter if you’ve done this before because this is an introduction to 3D printing.
  • It doesn’t need any software as well.
  • As long as you’ve got an open heart and an open mind, you’re good to go.


no other invention in the 20th century changed the world more than technology did.

It has changed a lot since computers and the internet came out in the 1950s and the 1990s. The way people do things has been fundamentally changed. Our lives became better thanks to these new technologies. They also gave us hope for the future. This allows the technology to reach the general public and be truly disruptive.

Many people think that 3D printing or “additive manufacturing” (AM) could be one of these technologies in the future. There is a lot of talk about 3D printing on a lot of TV channels, newspapers, and online resources. Now, what is this 3D printing that some people say will change the way we make things? Revolutionize design and think about geopolitical, economic, social, demographic, environmental, and security issues when we live our lives every day.

The most important thing to know about 3D printing is that it is a process that makes things by adding to them. Using 3D printing is a completely new way to make things. It’s based on cutting-edge technology that builds things up layer by layer at the sub-mm level, which is why this is so important.

You will learn about 3D printing, the process of 3D printing, different types of 3D printing processes, and the materials and applications of 3D printing.

It doesn’t cover how to 3D print.

P.S. This is a short introduction course only for students and curious people who are completely new to this field.

Who this course is for:

  • Those who went to college or have already graduated from college
  • 3D printing fans and hobbyists.
  • Graduates and undergraduates in mechanical engineering.

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