Additive manufacturing, commonly coined as ‘3D printing’, is an increasingly popular technology for the new age Digital Manufacturing involving the generation of parts and features from computer-aided drawings (CAD) in a typical layer by layer manner using various forms of materials from metals to polymers. A direct deposition is one of the many forms of additive manufacturing and in this course, the focus is on the laser blown powder technique for the manufacturing and/or remanufacturing of metal-based components – where a laser is used to melt metal powders delivered by a flowing gas to form first a melt pool which solidifies to create layers of deposition on a workpiece. It is synonymous with laser welding with a powder feedstock. This free-form fabrication method can be employed for a wide range of generative and regenerative applications such as feature addition and/or repair of components, coatings for functional purposes, on top of new component manufacturing, and across various industries – aerospace, automotive, marine and offshore, energy and infrastructure, heavy machinery, etc.
This course consists of theory-based lessons as well as practical hands-on activities on industrial machines available at the designated training site – which, unless under special circumstances, is the A*STAR’s Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC) located within the Nanyang Technological University campus at JTC CleanTech Two.
Participants will be able to:
The programme employs the Learn-Practise-Implement™ (LPI™) pedagogy, where fundamental knowledge and principles taught will be reinforced with hands-on practices.
Please register for this course under 1. Advanced Manufacturing Process > 2. Direct Deposition 3D Printing for Manufacturing & Remanufacturing in the online registration form.
Participants will be awarded with a Certificate of Attendance (COA) by ARTC if they meet the following criteria:
Please note that fees and funding amount are subject to change.
¹ Under the Enhanced Training Support for Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) scheme (ETSS), subject to eligibility criteria.
² Under the SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES) for employer-sponsored and self-sponsored Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above.
Singaporeans aged 25 years old and above are eligible for SkillsFuture Credit which can be used to offset course fees (for self-sponsored registrations only). For more information on the SkillsFuture funding schemes you are eligible for, please visit www.ssg.gov.sg