Training Courses for additive manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is a sector that is growing fast, especially in the field of serial production where stakeholders have high expectations of the technology’s use. As this is still fairly new technology, there is a gap in skilled professionals in the industry. TÜV SÜD has developed a series of training modules on different topics within the Additive Manufacturing process. You can gain the knowledge and receive important information about different area of responsibility in additive manufacturing such as process chains, materials, business models/quality and production management.
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Fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing (AM)
This paid training course focuses on the basics of additive manufacturing. The course will touch on the general description of the technologies summarized under the term additive manufacturing is given as well as their differentiation from the long-established manufacturing processes and the characteristic layer-by-layer structure.
Quality and Production Management in Additive Manufacturing (AM)
This paid training aims to enable the participating quality manager or production manager to implement a high quality level in AM production in a targeted manner. The training enables you to implement an AM-specific quality management approach in your company. This achieves a high level of quality for your customers and creates the basis for reproducible AM series production.
Specification of Additive Manufacturing (AM) parts for purchase
The procurement of additive manufactured (3D printed) components requires a high level of information exchange along the entire process chain. Particularly when purchasing AM components, there is often a great deal of uncertainty regarding the requirements and information necessary to achieve a good result without the need for further complex coordination.
Health and safety in Additive Manufacturing (AM)
This paid training focuses on the foundation for safe and efficient AM series production. For additive manufacturing, in contrast to other fields, there are only a few concrete examples of how risk assessment can be carried out. A large number of general manufacturing aspects are important for AM processes, such as the safe handling of testing and measuring equipment or moving machine components.
Risk Assessment and Management in Additive Manufacturing (AM)
The paid training is intended to provide a holistic overview of risk assessment and management for AM products, the required know-how and input how to conduct the risk assessment with examples from the medical sector but the topics discussed are applicable for all. Risk management will cover the systematic management of the analysis, evaluation and control of risks.
Process Validation in Additive Manufacturing (AM)
This paid course focuses on how to conduct AM-specific Process Validation to be able to guarantee the quality of final parts, the requirements and implementation for AM-specific process validation will be deeply discussed. We will introduce you to that subject and we will give you the knowledge and input that you need to implement the process.
Design Validation in Additive Manufacturing (AM)
This paid course will focus on how to design products for Additive Manufacturing (AM). Additive manufacturing enables engineers and designers to break new ground in product development. However, most companies do not yet have sufficient experience in this field: Which design rules must a 3D printed product have? How can the set requirements be met and the part functionality be assured? When is post processing needed and how should the post processing steps be implemented in AM?
Industry standards in Additive Manufacturing (AM)
This paid course focusing on current standards for Additive Manufacturing and how to apply them to your business. In all industries, standards ensure that processes do not have to be redefined again and again and that there is an approach that is generally recognized. In additive manufacturing, contrary to widespread assumptions, standardization is already on the right track.
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