• Online Course:
    3D Printing and Part Design

    A tutorial for 3D modelling and

About the Course

Amrita TBI Fab Lab introduces a 3D printing Kickstarter workshop. It is designed for innovators and entrepreneurs to learn more about 3D printing and the basics of 3D designing. Latest lab facilities and licensed software at Amrita TBI supports the better learning opportunity. The practical session helps the beginner to grasp the concepts more efficiently.

Well established companies nowadays are adapting the 3D printing technology. The technology is trending as it is beneficial for iterating a 3D design and testing the prototype with less investment and time which brings down the design cycle within days or weeks compared to months. There is no doubt 3D printing technology will enhance the production capability within the reach of designers. Getting trained in 3D design software will help in converting your ideas into a reality. Amrita TBI Fab Lab invites applicants who want to learn about the latest technology and want to see their ideas become reality.



Course Overview

Key Highlights

  • Get Trained with Ultimaker
    S5 3D printer

  • 3D design your own ideas with
    3D design software

  • Live 3D printing Demo

  • Technical Session on Additive

  • 3D printing troubleshooting

  • Generate G-code with
    Slicing Software

  • Live 3D design Assembly

  • Case Studies and Practise

3D Printing and
Part Design

Course Fee:

Date: 26-30 April 2021
Time: 4 pm - 6 pm

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  • Know about FDM and SLA technology
  • Commercially available 3D printers
  • Applications of 3D printing
  • Importance of design
  • How to convert 2D design to 3D
  • Basic Tools of 3D design software
  • ·
  • How to do a basic 2D Sketch
  • How to use Features tools
  • Assembly of 4dof Robotic Arm
  • ·
  • Design a basic sketch
  • Design a 3D printable model
  • How to import 3D design
  • Importance of Slicing parameters
  • Preview and saving
  • Step by step instructions to operate 3D printer
  • Troubleshooting tips
  • Maintenance guidelines


UG / PG students

Research Scholars

Startups and Innovators

Working Professional

Design Engineers