This three-class sequence at ASU is a deep immersion into a medical device development curriculum that comprehensively covers design, prototyping, simulation, testing and end-part manufacturing phases. Additive manufacturing is a particularly valuable skill in rapid prototyping and exploration of physical hardware design alternatives.
Additive Manufacturing Processes (MFG 472): Meets in Fall semesters.
- Hands-on labs with 4 polymer (FDM, SLS, PolyJet, Composite) and 1 metal (L-PBF) AM technologies
- Process and Material Selection
- Build preparation, Support Design
- Metrology & Inspection
- Applications & Trends
Design for Additive Manufacturing (MFG 598): Meets in Spring semesters. Prerequisites: MFG 472, 1 CAD/Design Course (or equivalents).
- AM Constraints
- Reverse Engineering
- File Formats & Repair
- Part Consolidation
- Topology Optimization
- Lattice Structures
- Biomimetic Design
- Part Selection & Costing
- Qualification & Certification
Metal Additive Manufacturing (MFG/EGR 598-2): Starting Spring 2020. Prerequisites: MFG 472, 1 Materials Course (or equivalents).
ASU Polytechnic Campus (7001 E Williams Field Rd, Mesa, AZ 85212)
ASU Tuition applies. Course open to degree-seeking or non-degree-seeking students.
Register for classes through MyASU.
Direct inquiries and interest requests can also be sent to the following individuals.
Associate Professor | ASU
480.727.1332 | email@example.com
Foundation Professor | ASU
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