Welcome to our 3D Printing in Biomedical Sciences course! This course is designed to provide you with hands-on experience working
with 3D objects using state-of-the-art technology.
From design to editing and printing, you'll master the fundamentals of 3D printing and explore its endless possibilities.
One of the unique features of this course is that you will have the opportunity to create your project and 3D print something real for your lab.
It means you can turn your ideas into reality and see your project come to life with the guidance and support.
You will also have access to the latest 3D printing systems, allowing you to gain hands-on experience and learn from the best.
Our course combines lectures, inspiring demonstrations, and hands-on lab exercises to provide a comprehensive learning experience.
Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned professional, you'll gain valuable knowledge and skills that will allow you to bring your ideas to life.
Introduction to 3D printing
·Additive Manufacturing approach. 3D Printing technology definition and specific terms
·3D Printing advantages and limitations
·Short history of 3D Printing
·3D Printing technology steps. Examples
Available 3D printing technologies
·Type of 3D Printing processes: main characteristics, materials, advantages and limitations, examples
·STL, 3MF file formats
3D Printing Equipment
·Digital Light Processing (DLP)
·Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
·Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
·Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
·Electronic Beam Melting (EBM)
·Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)
·PolyJet (Digital Anatomy)
Software for 3D modeling and 3D printing (Intro)
o Autodesk TinkerCAD
o Autodesk Fusion 360
Software for 3D modeling and 3D printing (Hands-on)
·The advantages and limitations of 3D modeling software for bioprinting
· The 3D printing process (the problem, design, material selection, and object fabrication)
·Innovative bioprinting research
Individual 3D printing project
·Preparation of own 3D printing project
·Printing 3D model
·Presentation of own project and printed model