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Instructional Demo    CP11801
3D Printing with Inventor
Diego Valdes
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Description

This class will guide the student through the process of optimizing a few example models to be ready for 3D printing using Inventor software and its 3D printing tools.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to identify what methods of rapid prototyping exist today (FDM, SLS, SLA)
  • Learn how to identify what type of geometry is best suited for 3D printing
  • Learn how to orient models in space for printing and subdivide the model if necessary
  • Learn how to add support material and determine adequate fill rates

Speakers

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Diego Valdes is an aerospace engineer with 8 years of industry experience. Outside of work he is an avid maker, specializing in television and movie prop replicas as well as cosplay and costuming. Over the years he has made several costumes and props, with different fabrication techniques, such as hand sculpting, pepakura, 3D printing, and woodworking.
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