By Scott J. Grunewald | 3D Printing Industry
3D printing classes are coming to Ohio’s Cuyahoga Community College this fall.The 3D Digital Design & Manufacturing Technology class is a one-year certificate program being offered to students interested in training in the use of 3D digital design, subtractive and Additive Manufacturing technologies.
The course is set to run for three semesters and will offer hands-on training with 3D printers, 3D scanners, CNC milling machines, reverse engineering software, CAD software and rapid prototyping. During the course students will learn manufacturing and engineering principles and receive two additive manufacturing certificates that lead to a Certificate of Proficiency in 3D Digital Design & Manufacturing Technology. Students will also be given help in preparing to take the Society of Manufacturing Engineers’ Additive Manufacturing Certificate exam, a nationally recognized certification program.
Any credits earned can be applied to an Associate of Applied Sciences degree in Manufacturing Industrial Engineering Technology. The class may also lead to related internships for qualified students, and instructors will be available to offer job placement and career advice.
If you are a student at Cuyahoga Community College or live in the area and are interested in taking the class you can view the course details online, or you can contact the schools Additive Manufacturing Project Coordinator directly:
Additive Manufacturing Project Coordinator
Cuyahoga Community College
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