Metal Additive Manufacturing Training
The CTIF and Spartacus3D offer a training module that emphasizes both technical expertise, in order to optimize product performance, and industrial know-how, necessary for understanding this technology.
PROCESS & METALLURGY FOR SERIES PRODUCTION
If metal additive manufacturing (FAM) promises to be a real technological breakthrough and a major technical evolution in mechanical manufacturing, it is above all because it gives life to parts with very complex shapes, which cannot be produced by more traditional processes.
This gain of geometrical freedom allows among others:
- Improving the performance of a design;
- The integration of new functions impossible to obtain before;
- Consolidation of sub-assemblies to make them more reliable and simpler.
To deliver on MAM promises, the design of innovative components should not be limited to setting manufacturing parameters, but should encompass the entire life cycle of the parts. Thus, to successfully integrate metal additive manufacturing, it is necessary to acquire both advanced resources and skills covering the fields of metallurgy, mechanics and topological optimization.
As a result, the demand for recruiting engineers specializing in this field is growing. The training provided by Spartacus3D and CTIF intends to meet this need. This training, designed by manufacturers in a logic of "production" rather than "R & D", is part of the desire to constitute a reference sector capable of providing robust answers to the expectations of manufacturers.
The CTIF and Spartacus3D therefore offer a training module that emphasizes both technical expertise, in order to optimize product performance, and industrial know-how, necessary for understanding this technology and its integration into global production.