3D Printing is an Additive Manufacturing technique that creates a physical
object from a virtual 3D CAD model by depositing successive layers of
material. They work like the traditional inkjet printers, but instead
of ink, a 3D printer deposits desired material to manufacture an object from
its digital format. 3D printing and rapid prototyping, in general, are widely
claimed to have revolutionized not only the manufacturing industry but also
many other walks of life like medicine, aerospace and automotive industry.
This program on 3D Printing helps the participants understand the design,
functioning and operation of a basic 3D Printer.
Learn about the materials, designing of CAD models, working of a 3D Printer
Understand how to build and calibrate a 3D printer
Understand the basics of G code generation
The participants will get 3D printed models that they design
Introductory lecture on 3D printer and Rapid Prototyping - 4hours
Introduction to Rapid prototype
Introduction to different types of 3D Printers
Introduction to RepRap Arduino electronic controller
Materials used for printing
CAD files - 4 hours
Concepts of CAD
Algorithms used in design
Design of Assembly (Spur gear, Helical screw, simple design)
Introduction to G Code - 2 hours
Demonstration of 3D Printer assembly - 2 hours
Testing and calibration of 3D Printer - 2 hours
Demonstration of 3D Printing - 2 hours
3D Printer kit*
* Printer would be provided during the workshop but would be taken back after the workshop. This is being done to reduce the cost of the workshop and make it affordable for students.
Participants have access to an exclusive online portal to:
View status of registered and attended workshops
View study material for workshops
Write online exams and receive separate certificates with scores. These certificates with scores will provide students an opportunity to show their learning in job interviews.
All AerotriX certificates have a unique ID which can be verified online for authentication
Certificate of Completion
Certificate of Completion with Distinction (for top performers)
Who Should Attend?
Students of any background with interest in 3D Printing can attend.
AerotriX is a division of Skyfi Labs that develops courses with a focus on Mechanical, Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering disciplines.
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Mentioned in Greek literature from the first century, Kollam or Quilon has been a thriving trading port for centuries. The surrounding region produces pepper (after which the city is named), cashews, coir and other agricultural products. Local communities include Christian, Muslim and Hindu peoples. A historical Chinese population is known to exist, and the town's market is still named after them. Fishing occurs right along the coast as in other parts of Kerala. West and slightly north of the town some 5 kilometres lies a beach, on the north end of which are various European colonial-era relics, including the ruins of a fort and a few churches. There are also some old colonial buildings scattered about the town proper.
How to Reach
The city is well connected by road. National Highways 47 and 208 pass through it. A number of long distance buses and inter state buses ply through the city. You have buses from Cochin, Alleppy, Trivandrum, Bangalore etc. The city is also well connect by the railways. The railway code is QLN. You can get trains to Delhi, Mumbai (Bombay), Calcutta, Chennai (Madras), Bangalore etc. The nearest airport is the Trivandrum International Airport and it is 70 kilometers away from the city.
Reproduced from Wikipedia
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