Revenue from 3D printing is expected to nearly double by 2020. That means employers and managers are looking for a well-trained and skilled workforce to integrate this technology into their workplace. With the help of ASME, that will be you.
Every day, metal additive technologies continue to change the manufacturing landscape. The gap between technology and integration keeps getting wider. As a result, engineers like you need a faster, smarter and more convenient way to learn how to harness these advances. And you need it now.
ASME’s Design for Additive Manufacturing with Metals eLearning course is the answer. You now have on-demand access to a course from an industry respected source, that you can attend at your own pace.
By taking the Design for Additive Manufacturing with Metals course, you will:
This is the fastest growing metal additive manufacturing segment right now. PBF with metals is already making significant contributions to the aerospace, automotive, healthcare, and oil & gas industries.
Design engineers will learn how to adjust their workflow, set expectations for stakeholders, and have a clearer understanding of what’s possible given their specific use case.
Save time and money for your business. You will leverage a tangible checklist and on-the-job aid that will help validate a design before the final build.
This provides you with real-life workplace situations, so you’ll be better able to integrate what you’ve learned.
ASME is a widely known and respected organization created by engineers for engineers. We’re solely dedicated to fostering innovation in the engineering community.
New Possibilities with Additive Manufacturing
Design for Additive Manufacturing and the Design Engineer
Replicate with Additive Manufacturing
Preparing a Part for Additive Manufacturing
Post Process Planning
Adapt for Additive Manufacturing
Optimizing for Additive Manufacturing
Preparing for Build
If you’re an engineer with a background in design, materials or manufacturing, or you’re an engineer who has an interest in additive manufacturing with metals, this course would be right for you.
Timothy W. Simpson is one of the leading experts on additive manufacturing. Currently, he is the co-director of Penn State’s Center for Innovative Materials Processing through Direct Digital Deposition (CIMP-3D)—a world-class resource for AM technology and professional engineers.
Since its inception, ASME has been working with experts to drive safety while supporting the advancements of new technologies. As you’ll see, we’ve taken all this experience and expertise and applied it to our ASME Learning & Development courses.
Our unique course approach maximizes your learning experience. And because classes are on-demand, they’re available the very day you want to start. Then you decide – finish the course in one day or 90!
Interactive tools facilitate high integration of theory and application – the result helps you save time, money and increase manufacturing consistency.
Because we're ASME, we have broad access to world-renowned experts in a wide range of fields, covering topics that are most applicable to the latest innovative technologies. We combine technical expertise and our adult learning skill into a superior learning experience.
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