This course enables you to see the technical and economic benefits of 3D printing. You will get an overview of the most popular technologies and materials as well as some of the new and upcoming technologies.
The course also introduces some of the design possibilities and considerations that arise when working with 3D printing. Since the technology can help maintain competitiveness, you also gain insight into the economic considerations. That way, you can assess for yourself how and when you and your company can create added value with 3D printing.
3D printing - or Additive Manufacturing, as it is also called - is increasingly used as a resource in production, and thus no longer only for prototypes. Various independent analyses point to 3D printing as one of the manufacturing technologies that can benefit Danish industry in the efforts to maintain competitiveness and preserve Danish production jobs. As a course participant at the Danish Technological Institute, you are also guaranteed an independent and objective demonstration of the technology.
This is a concentrated one-day course, and the content covers:
This course is especially aimed at decision makers as well as managers and specialists in development and production, but it is equally relevant for those who want knowledge and inspiration to create innovation using 3D printing.
Apart from a healthy interest in 3D printing and the possibilities of the technology, the course requires no special knowledge or experience. If you already have questions - or items that could potentially be 3D-printed - in advance, you are very welcome to send them. We will then try to include it in the teaching.
Through participation in the course, you get concrete knowledge and tools in these areas:
At the course:
After the course:
Kristian Rand Henriksen is a mechanical engineer who works with product development, construction, and project management at the Danish Technological Institute. Kristian has several years of experience as a consultant. Among other things, he has worked with the development of 3D printed production equipment for the medico and food industry
Henning Henningsen has a degree in civil engineering with a specialization in product development, and he has an HD (O) specializing in strategic planning. For many years, Henning has worked as a project manager, development manager, and board member, and through this he has gained enormous technical insight and business understanding. Henning has been working with 3D printing since the mid-90s, and one of his specialties is the strategic benefits and financial gains that can be achieved by using 3D printing.
This course is run in collaboration with:
The course is run in collaboration with The Danish Technological Institute, who is also responsable for the teaching of the course.
Please be attentive: When registering for the course, your name, e-mail and telephone number are forwarded to and shared with The Danish Technological Institute. Your contact information is used exclusively in relation to your registration and for the course itself, and it will not be used for marketing purposes.