Transforming Concepts – 3D Printing in Metal and Polymer

Date and Time: 20th and 21st February 2019
Location: Thornton Science Park, CH2 4NU
Cost:  Fully Funded

These workshops are for I2C Project Members – if you are not yet registered to the fully funded I2C Project you can still apply for tickets below as a ‘non-member’ and you will be contacted to check your eligibility to register for the project. For any queries please email: businessgrowth@chester.ac.uk.

These workshops are for 12C Project Members – if you are not yet registered to the fully funded I2C Project you can still apply for tickets below as a ‘non-member’ and you will be contacted to check your eligibility to register for the project. For any queries please email: businessgrowth@chester.ac.uk
Designed to give you an in depth introduction into the world of additive manufacturing. The masterclass will take you through a step-by-step guide to transform concepts using rapid proto-typing techniques into physical designs in Metal and Polymer. Masterclass includes practical sessions with 3D scanning and precision measurement and 3D printing in polymers, carbon and metal AM techniques. No prior knowledge of 3D printing is required to attend this masterclass.

Key topics that will be discussed during the two day masterclass include:
• Concepts and techniques of Polymer and Metal Addititve Manufacturing
• Precision measurement and 3D laser scanning
• CAD and 3D Printing design for manufacture
• An overview of the I2C Project and how it can support your business
Both days will be very interactive and will consist of presentations and practical demonstrations. The masterclass will be delivered by experts in the field who will be demonstrating the above processes in further detail using sophisticated technology on-site.

Lunch will be provided both days.

Please register your interest here

Alternatively please contact Jim Colston
j.colston@chester.ac.uk
tel – 01244 512381
mobile – 07557 812592