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AMEXCI is a consortium of 11 Swedish industrial companies located in Karlskoga, Sweden. They are fully focused on Additive Manufacturing, covering several topics along the value chain, including research, education and AM production in metal and polymer.
The course can be organized at their facilities, granting access to their entire pool of AM equipment and experts.
Alternatively, the course can be performed online (see teaching style for more information) or at your facilities.
The course is optimized for 2 days.
The course is based on lectures, interactive exercises, open discussions as well as hands-on work using AM software. Throughout the course you will get the possibility to work on your applications with an expert from AMEXCI.
For workshops taking place at AMEXCI’s facilities in Karlskoga, participants get to experience the technologies and operations in the production and material’s lab.
For workshops taking place online, AMEXCI is using several tools such as Mentimeter and Miro to ensure participation and collaboration.
Depending on applications different experts (e.g. Metal, Polymer, Material Science, Simulation) can be included in the discussions.
This course targets designers and application engineers and teaches the basic design guidelines for Additive Manufacturing and gives a hands-on experience with softwares used in the AM industry. The course is based on lectures, interactive exercises and hands-on work on software.
Are you unsure if this product suits your needs? Get in touch if you have any questions or require additional information.
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