Instructive Biomaterials and Additive Manufacturing Laboratory (IBAM-Lab)
NEW COURSE DEVELOPMENT
CHE 402 - Introduction to 3D Printing
Undergraduate level elective
Target Enrollment: 25
Course Format: The course will consist of lecture and hands-on laboratory session with extensive participation between students and the instructor.
Course Description: This course introduces 3D printing technologies including history and basics of 3D printing, currently available 3D printing methods and printable materials as well as current and emerging applications of 3D printing. Students will get a general idea on the major players in 3D printing industry and global effects of 3D printing. The course will be composed of a lecture and a hands-on laboratory session, during which students will create a 3D design and print a functional prototype.
Text Book: Additive Manufacturing Technologies – 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing, by Ian Gibson, David Rosen, and Brent Stucker, Second Edition, Springer, New York.
Student Learning Outcomes:
• Identify key 3D printing technologies, and corresponding major industry segments.
• Identify key material properties for 3D printability for each printing technique.
• Compare and differentiate printing methods and printable materials for specific
• Design a component or device to meet desired needs with realistic constrains for 3D printing
• Manufacture devices and tools using 3D printing
• Assess current and future applications of 3D printing
• Assess the 3D printing industry and the global effects of 3D printing particularly on engineering manufacturing
• Ability to communicate effectively through written reports and oral presentations.
• Effectively present technical and engineering problems to a “lay audience”
• Ability to work as a team.
Dr. Guvendiren started Fall 2017 Semester with a new elective course on 3D Printing. "Introduction to 3-D Printing" is an undergraduate level elective course for engineering students. Many thanks to our Dean Moshe Kam (Newark College of Engineering), Chair Lisa Axe (CBPE Department), and Daniel Brateris (Director Experiential Learning) our course has a temporary location for this Spring Semester. We are also very grateful to Shawn Yetman (CBPE Lab Manager).
Below are some pictures of the course set-up.
Currently we have 25 student seating for lecture and 10 Ultimaker3 printers for hands-on laboratory portion.
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