Rosenheim, Germany

Lightweight Design and Additive Manufacturing Technology

when 27 June 2022 - 2 July 2022
language English
duration 1 week
credits 5 EC
fee EUR 650

Daily challenges for engineers and designers to create more efficient parts are rising. One way to address this topic is to use Additive Manufacturing Technologies. In recent years, this production method has evolved from prototyping to a serial production process. The most important topic of layer-wise technologies is to take into account the entire end-to-end process. In this course, the students gain basic knowledge on this technology and processes. During the week, participants will design and create a device from scratch to take home. Based on practical design and manufacturing lessons in the workshop, all participants get in direct contact with the total process chain.

Course leader

Instructors from TH Rosenheim

Target group

International Master’s / Graduate students enrolled in technology and engineering studies - requires basic knowledge in 3D-CAD

Course aim

At the end of the course students should be able to
• Understand the basic terminology and processes of Additive Manufacturing,
• utilize methods in design for layer-wise technology,
• recognize the complete end-to-end process,
• understand the challenges of designing parts and operating machines.

Credits info

5 EC
5 ECTS credits and grade for successful participation of two-weeks programme, including class "Industrial Engineering – Challenges in the next decade"

Fee info

EUR 650: Early Bird Fee for two-weeks programme, application until 1 March 2022. Accommodation included, find details here: https://www.th-rosenheim.de/en/international/incoming-students/engineering-master-summer-school/application/
EUR 700: Regular Fee for one-week programme, application after 1 March 2022. Accommodation included.