INVEST IN YOUR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
BY LEARNING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING!

 
 

You’ve been debating
on wether or not
to take the leap.

Now’s the time!

DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Course

Join Travis Davis, a former NASA engineer, as he takes you through an 8-Week Course on Designing for Additive Manufacturing. 

Additive Manufacturing, also known as 3D Printing, is an emerging trend in the manufacturing sector, it includes applications in Prototyping, Product Development, Aerospace, Medical Devices, Tissue Engineering and more. It is predicted the Global Additive Manufacturing market size will be a 36.61 Billion USD market by 2027.

Additive Manufacturing can be used to accelerate product development, offer customised products and/or implants, increase production flexibility, reduce tooling investments, enable co-creation and more. Just imagine how you will expand your business and what you will be able to create in your field! The possibilities are endless!


DavisD4 | Design For Additive Manufacturing Course
 
 

Learn How You Can Apply Additive Manufacturing in Your Day-to-Day Applications!


COURSE OUTCOMES

1. Acquire the vocabulary necessary to navigate the complex, multivariate landscape of additive manufacturing equipment, materials, and applications.

2. Understand the fundamental principles and workflow for AM of polymers, resins, and metals, and how these principles govern the performance and limitations of each mainstream AM process.

3. Learn to identify how, when, and where AM can create value across the entire product lifecycle, from design concepts to end-of-life; and how to select an AM process and material for a specific application.

4. Acquire the skills necessary to design parts for AM that combine engineering intuition with computationally-driven design and process-specific constraints.

5. Assess the value of an additively manufactured part based on its production cost and performance.

6. Evaluate the business case for transitioning a product to be made using AM versus the conventional approach, either in part or in whole.

7. Develop a cutting-edge perspective on digital transformation and the factory of the future.


 

We Believe in Making Your Imagination Come to Life
Through Additive Manufacturing.

 

Additive Manufacturing Applications

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Aerospace

✔︎ Liquid Propulsion Components

✔︎ AI Defined Structures

✔︎ Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Applications

Medical

✔︎ Dental

✔︎ Orthopaedic Technology

✔︎ Tissue Engineering

DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Applications

Industry

✔︎ PreProduction Tooling

✔︎ Handling & Robotics

✔︎ Guards & Jigs

DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Applications

Lifestyle

✔︎ Jewlery & Watches

✔︎ Footware & Clothing

✔︎ Sports Equipment

 
DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Applications

Automotive

✔︎ Engine Development

✔︎ Engine Components

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Tooling

✔︎ Injection Moulding

✔︎ Die-Casting

✔︎ Tool Repair

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Rapid Prototyping

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Academia

 
 

All The Tools You Need To
Launch YOUR CAREER

THE 3D PRINTING INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IS HERE.

LET US HELP YOU PREPARE!

Photo Credit: NASA

Photo Credit: NASA

 

Why YOU Should Use Additive Manufacturing

✔︎ Accelerates Product
Development

✔︎ Offerers Customized
Products

✔︎ REDUCES TOOLINg
INVESTMENTS

✔︎ Increases Production
Flexibility

✔︎ enables Mass production
of “unmanufacturable”
geometries

 
 
DavisD4 | Imagine
 

7 Categories of
Additive Manufacturing

Free Download

Includes the different categories of Additive Manufacturing and how you can apply each category.

 
Photo Credit: NASA

Photo Credit: NASA

 
DavisD4 | Travis

Meet Your Instructor

Travis began his professional career as a wildland firefighter team lead in the Rocky Mountains of Montana. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering with 6+ years of experience at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center as an award-winning Liquid Propulsion Design and Test Engineer. He specialized in utilizing metal, polymer and resin additive manufacturing while at NASA and holds NASA patents in that field. After being chosen as a George J. Mitchell Scholar, he earned a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Trinity College Dublin, with a focus on Medical Device Design and earned his Private Pilot license during his time at NASA.

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JANUARY 2020 ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN!

DavisD4 | Enrolment

Certificate Of Completion

Learners who successfully complete the course will receive a Digital Certificate showing completion of the Design for Additive Manufacturing Course.

 

ONE-TIME PAYMENT

ONE PAYMENT OF $1,997

PAYMENT PLAN

THREE PAYMENTS OF $759

 

8-WEEK COURSE OUTLINE

DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Course Outline

Introduction

➾ The vocabulary and status of AM and its implications.

➾ A description of the AM workflow and digital thread.

➾ First-Hand experience of industry leaders utilizing AM Benefits

DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Course Outline

Additive Manufacturing Processes

➾ An overview of all major AM processes and comparison of their performance.

➾ Modules on the fundamentals, materials, and design guidelines for each process.

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Applications of Additive Manufacturing

➾ A structured presentation of AM across the product lifecycle.

➾ AM application examples from aerospace, automotive, medical, and more.

➾ A methodology for selecting and classifying potential applications of AM.

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Designing for Additive Manufacturing

➾ Engineering approaches to design for AM, spanning processes and materials.

➾ Design methods for novel geometries, lattices, and infill patterns.

 
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Designing for Additive Manufacturing

➾ Software for build preparation, generative design, and part/process simulation.

DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Course Outline

Designing for Additive Manufacturing

➾ Process and materials selection, assessment of performance, quality, and cost tradeoffs.

DavisD4 | Additive Manufacturing Course Outline

Cost + Value Analysis

➾ Understand how to quantitatively capture the value of AM versus conventional manufacturing.

➾ Implications of AM on supply chain operations.

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The Future of Additive Manufacturing

➾ Assess critical technologies that will complement AM in the future, including robotics, advanced materials, and computation.