CADimensions, Inc. is proud to announce a brand new digital training offering. On Thursday, July 23, at 1:00PM (EST), we will be hosting a live one-hour 3D design training for manufacturing and design engineers.
We have been distributing engineering tools such as 3D design software, 3D printers, and 3D scanning equipment for decades. The majority of the customers we serve are in the manufacturing sector, which has given us unique insight on the most common challenges those businesses experience.
“The most common use of industrial 3D printers that we see today is to make jigs, fixtures, and tools for the manufacturing floor.”
We have hosted in-person training on SOLIDWORKS software for years, but are now offering digital training. This brand new offering combines our 3D design expertise with 3D printing and manufacturing knowledge.
“The most common use of industrial 3D printers that we see today is to make jigs, fixtures, and tools for the manufacturing floor,” said Ken Postel 3D Printing Applications Engineer, “The 3D Printers we distribute and service can make the fixtures that manufacturing operations need at a fraction of the cost of more conventional methods.”
What the digital training will cover
The new live online course is titled “Design for Additive Manufacturing Expert Design Course: Fixtures”. It will cover the following:
- The status quo of how fixtures are made
- The most common mistakes designers made when trying to design for 3D printing
- 6 tips to optimize fixture design for additive manufacturing
- Share concrete examples of how the design techniques shared can lower the cost of a fixture by up to 60%
Ready to learn?
If you, or anyone you know would like to learn how to design low cost yet perfectly functional fixtures using Design for Additive Manufacturing techniques, don’t wait: register here.