About Quanint

Quanint Techsoft is an emerging innovation company to provide solutions for B2B, B2C and B2B2C segments. With a combined 10+ years of experience  our founders have solid experience in different sectors. QTS is a product-based company which built the products for the real-time problems across the globe. Our products including Buchuk and Neerovel makes an impact in various industries. QTS provides consulting and training’s for the corporate’s and students to get aware of 3D Printing, Product Development and Web Technologies. Automation is the nex-gen, that will be an era of man to the power of machine: not man versus machine, but man and machine.

We’re committed to work and make it happen. We believe that QTS will be your destiny for any of your automation journey. Every day we innovate to make better products to provide a better solution that can help.

Our promise to students is that we will train you in every skill that is required by a company. Therefore, our workshops are very different from others in the market, because our objective is to make you a PRO in your desired stream and give you the best that will help you get a right job.

Description

3D printing is magical! You take a file, or create your own, send it to your printer and after some time you have an actual solid object. In this course you will learn all stages of 3D printing, from its history, types of filaments, software’s and ways to get the best print, using slicers and even finishing your prints. 

Yes, 3D printing is magical, but there is also a lot of technical parts to the process, and this course will help you navigate the challenges 3D printer enthusiasts encounter when they start out. This was a fun class to create and I hope you enjoy it and learn how to make great prints!

Course Structure
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100% Online
Beginner to Advanced Level
3 Weeks to complete
Last Date to apply: 01 June, 2020
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2999  1499/- per head

Introduction

3D Printer Course Introduction

3D Printing Overview

  • What is 3D Printing?
  •  History of 3D Printing
  • Parts of a 3D Printer
  • The basics: Hardware
  • The basics: Software

Types of Filament

  • 3D Printer Filament

Getting Your File Ready to Print

  • What is Slicing for your 3D printer?
  • What is .gcode for your 3D printer?

Getting Ready: SketchUp Make Configuration and Settings

  • Introduction
  • Downloading and Installing SketchUp Make
  • Setting your Preferences
  • Setting up your Toolbars
  • Getting to Know the Extension Warehouse
  • SketchUcation Plugins

Moving Around in the SketchUp Environment

  • Using the Orbit and Pan tools
  • Using the Zoom and Zoom Extents tools

The Large Tool Set: 7 Tools you Must Know Now!

  • Line (L)
  • Select (Spacebar)
  • Eraser (E)
  • Rectangle (R)
  • Circle (C)
  • Push/Pull (P)
  • Tape Measure (T)

The Large Tool Set: Great Tools you don't use as Often

  • Offset (F)
  • Move (M)
  • Rotate (Q)
  • Arc (A)
  • Protractor
  • 3D Text

Slicer Settings

  • 3D Printer – Layer Height
  • 3D Printer – Rafts, Skirts and Brims
  • 3D Printer – Infill Density
  • 3D Printer – Supports Structures
  • 3D Printer – Perimeter/Shell Thickness
  • 3D Printer – Retraction
  • 3D Printer – Print Speed

Print settings and when they should be used

  • Layer thickness and infill
  • Support material and rafts

Project 1: Custom Key tag/Luggage tag

  • Round Corner (SketchUcation Plugin)
  • Part 1: Creating the base and hole
  • Part 2: Creating the outer rim and adding text and complete design
  • Part 3: Getting the file ready for 3D printing

3D Printing Considerations: Making sure the file is 3D printable

  • Overhangs
  • Bridging and Support Structures
  • Reversed Faces

Simplify3D/CURA for 3D Printing

  • Simplify3D/CURA Account
  • Setting Your Preferences
  • Adding Your 3D Printer to Simplify3D/CURA
  • Using the Interface
  • Importing a Model
  • Manipulating a File on Printer Bed
  • Importing and Understanding Profiles
  • Advanced Process Settings
  • Multiple Processes
  • Variable Processes for a Single Model
  • Adding and Modifying Supports
  • More on Adding Supports
  • Mirroring a Model
  • Selecting and Grouping Models
  • Printing Your Design
  • Leveling Your 3D Printer Bed
  • Bed Adhesion for Your 3D Printer
  • Changing Filament Mid Print on your 3D printer
  • Removing Your Print Off the 3D Printer Bed

Finishing Your 3D Prints

  • Sanding Your 3D Prints
  • Gluing Your Prints Together
  • Priming and Filling Voids in Your 3D Prints
  • Painting Your 3D Prints
  • Finishing Your 3D Prints with Polymers
  • Weathering Your 3D Prints

Final Thoughts

  • Recommendations
  • Websites with free files
  • Tips & advice

Industry Applications

  • Food Industry
  • Jewellery Industry
  • Automotive Industry
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Automobile Industry

Project 2

  • Part 1: Generating .Obj/.Stl file for custom 3d printer
  • Part2: Adjusting settings according to your 3d printer
  • Part3: Choosing filament
  • Part4: Estimating cost & times
  • Part5: Final print of your file

Advanced 3D printing technologies

  • Part 1: VAT POLYMERIZATION
    • SLA/DLP/CDLP Technologies
    • Materials used
    • Applications
    • Advantages/Disadvantages
    • Differences
  • Part 2: MATERIAL EXTRUSION
    • FDM Technology
    • Materials used
    • Applications
    • Advantages/Disadvantages
    • Differences
  • Part 3: MATERIAL JETTING
    • MJ/NPJ/DOD Technologies
    • Materials used
    • Applications
    • Advantages/Disadvantages
    • Differences
  • Part 4: BINDER JETTING
    • BJ for metal/sand Technologies
    • Materials used
    • Applications
    • Advantages/Disadvantages
    • Differences
  • Part 5: POWDER BED FUSION
    • MJF/SLS/DMLS/EBM Technologies
    • Materials used
    • Applications
    • Advantages/Disadvantages
    • Differences

Introduction to 4D printing

  • What is 4D Printing?
  • History of 4D Printing
  • Materials used in 4D printing
  • How 4D printing works
  • Applications for 4D printing
  • Opportunities/Scope in the future
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Requirements
  • A basic understanding of computers
  • PC/Laptop, Internet connection.
  • Download and install the free softwares

Course Duration
  • 3 WEEKS (5 days a week)

What you’ll learn
  • Get introduced to the basics of 3D printing and how 3D printers work
  • Choose the right 3D printer for your needs
  • Get recommendations on which printer and “slicing” software to start with
  • Master proper “slicing” software settings for best print results
  • Use “slicing” software for 3D printing at a basic level
  • Find out how 3D printing can be utilised in the classroom across different subjects and year levels
  • Create great 3D prints
  • Discover tools that can be used to create 3D objects and encourage collaboration between students
  • Resources to awesome free 3D files for your 3D printer
  • Learn about print settings and when they should be used
  • Learn how to create 3D printing friendly models and remix designs to create your own

Key Takeaways
  • Internship completion certificate
  • Hands on with 3D modeling software
  • Hands on with Slicing software
  • Designing own 3D printed solutions.
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