14 August 2020
Introduction to 3D-Scanning and Printing
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, this program has been cancelled for 2020. Please check our website for the new TU Berlin Summer University Online program.
Hosted in the fully-equipped laboratory of the 3D Lab of the TU Berlin, this four-week course offers an introduction to working with professional 3D printing technologies such as laser sintering with polyamide and powder printing with mineral powder (modified gypsum). This course is aimed at those with an interest in 3D scanning and printing technologies and methods who want to gain insight into the work with professional 3D printing technologies and learn about current applications. As this technology covers numerous application areas, this course will be interesting for participants from diverse scientific disciplines (engineering, design, fine art or art history). The course provides an introduction to manufacturing 3D printed objects with the laser sintering system and the powder printer of the 3D Lab, as well as data generation and data preparation for it. Participants will gain basic knowledge of the use of two professional 3D printing technologies, structured light scanners and related software.
- Prof. Dr. Hartmut Schwandt
- Mr Joachim Weinhold
3D Laboratory, Institute for Mathematics, TU Berlin
The target group includes current university students who have completed at least one year of their studies (Bachelor's, Master's or PhD level). Working professionals with equivalent work experience are also welcome to apply.
A specific requirement of the course is, at least, basic knowledge of CAD software. It is recommended that students use their own laptops for processing their own 3D files.
By the end of the course, students will have:
- gained knowledge about the theory and applications of manufacturing 3D printed objects with the laser sintering system and the powder printer of the 3D Lab
- learned about Data generation and preparation for these technologies
- know how to use of two professional 3D printing technologies, structured light scanners and related software
5 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) for the academic course. 7 ECTS if booked along with the optional Start German: Language Course. 8 ECTS if booked along with the optional Managing Innovations, Arduino for Interactive Media or the DesignBuild - Community Spaces with Refugees course.
EUR 2300: The fee covers public transportation for the duration of the course, excursions, course materials, and a cultural program.