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Additive Manufacturing Technician Certification

The Additive Manufacturing Technician Certification is ideal for a candidate with a two-year Associates degree in additive manufacturing or is currently enrolled in a college program, and/or has one or more years of working experience in a manufacturing related field. The certification covers key roles and responsibilities for an additive manufacturing technician, the additive manufacturing process chain, design for additive manufacturing, material and process selection, secondary processes, and key safety considerations.

Additive Manufacturing Technologies, Second Edition

This book covers in detail the various aspects of joining materials to form parts. A conceptual overview of rapid prototyping and layered manufacturing is given, beginning with the fundamentals so that readers can get up to speed quickly.

Design for Advanced Manufacturing

This comprehensive resource features contributions from a host of international manufacturing and design experts. Readers will find detailed and clearly written explanations of the entire range of advanced manufacturing processes and technologies as well as practical instructions and technical guidance. More than this, the book also includes hard-to-find technical guidance and application information that can be used on the job to apply these cutting-edge processes and technologies in a real-world setting.

RAPID + TCT 2017 Conference Proceedings

RAPID + TCT is North America's preeminent event for discovery, innovation, and networking in 3D manufacturing. The proceedings contain copies of all presentations (as submitted by speakers) from the conference.

Lean Math: Figuring to Improve (ebook)

Lean Math features more than 160 thoughtfully organized entries. Ten chapters cover system-oriented math, time, the “-ilities” (availability, repeatability, stability, etc.), work, inventory, performance metrics, basic math and hypothesis testing, measurement, experimentation, and more. Two appendices cover standard work for analyzing data and understanding and dealing with variation.

Lean Math: Figuring to Improve

Lean Math features more than 160 thoughtfully organized entries. Ten chapters cover system-oriented math, time, the “-ilities” (availability, repeatability, stability, etc.), work, inventory, performance metrics, basic math and hypothesis testing, measurement, experimentation, and more. Two appendices cover standard work for analyzing data and understanding and dealing with variation.

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Fundamentals: Feature Relationships

This program is part of the Fundamentals of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing package. In Feature Relationships, the ten remaining geometric characteristic symbols and their categories (profile symbols, orientation symbols, location symbols, and runout symbols) are examined in greater detail using demonstrative examples to clarify their use.

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Fundamentals: Form Controls & Datums

Datums are reference measurement surfaces, planes, or points from which other part features are measured. By using the 14 geometric characteristic symbols along with datum references the functional requirement of a part or assembly can be effectively communicated. The proper identification and usage of datums in GD&T is explored.

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Fundamentals: Concepts and Rules

By using GD&T, a print can explicitly call out necessary tolerances in an unambiguous fashion. Using shop floor footage and animations to illustrate examples, this program introduces the viewer to GD&T rules and concepts. The 14 symbols used in GD&T are highlighted with examples to define their use.