MIT Offers 11-Week Online Course in 3D Printing

MIT Additive Manufacturing for Innovative Design and ProductionLEVERAGE THE DESIGN FREEDOM OF 3D PRINTING

Starts February 25, 2019
Enrollment Now Open!

Additive manufacturing (AM), broadly known as 3D printing, is transforming how products are designed, produced, and serviced. AM enables on-demand production, without dedicated equipment or tooling, and unlocks digital design tools, giving breakthrough performance and unparalleled flexibility. Across industries, knowledge remains one of the greatest barriers to AM’s wider adoption. So, how can you harness the potential of AM and use it to drive innovation in your organization?

Join MIT faculty and industry leaders to learn the fundamentals, applications and business implications of the full spectrum of AM technologies.

Additive Manufacturing for Innovative Design and Production is an online course tailored for manufacturing professionals from engineers to executives. Led by MIT Professor John Hart and featuring dozens of expert contributors, the course presents the technical foundation of AM, explains how to design parts for AM using advanced digital tools, and equips learners with the knowledge and confidence to identify and evaluate applications of AM. The course concludes with an in-depth case study, where you will solve a real-world design or business strategy problem using your newly acquired AM expertise.

This course reflects MIT’s standards of technically comprehensive, rigorous instruction while placing heavy emphasis on real-world uses of AM and its practical implications.

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