Syllabus

Beginner Level (20 Hours=4 days of Physical Interaction - 50 hour of Digital Content)
1. Introduction to 3D design via 2D based developments
2. Segmentation principles, Manufacturing Industry and standard of Industrial Automation
3. principles, Industry 4.0 principles
4. Material Science Introductions
5. ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
6. TYPES OF 3D PRINTERS

Intermediate Level - Industry Introductions (40 hours = 8 days of Physical Interaction - 110 hours of Digital Content)
1. Software processes and stacks of 3D Development (SolidWorks, Catia, Revit Modeller,
2. Blender, AutoCAD 3D, AND MORE)
3. G-code and M-code development modules
4. Transitions from the world of subtractive manufacturing to Additives
5. Variants of Design and Output
6. Material Science Transitions and Choices
7. SCANNING
8. Internal scanner (.dcm FILES)
9. External Scanner(.OBJ FILE)
10. (MIMICS, MAGIX)
11. TOOLS (DIGITAL 3D TABS)
12. SLICING OF DATA

Pro Level - Industry Opportunities and Cases (30 hours = 6 days of Physical Interaction - 40
1. hours of Digital Content)
2. Cybersecurity and Privacy in the AM/3DP
3. Projects via Hero Group/ Mitsubishi Automation/ Indian Army/Ambuja Real Estate in areas of:
4. Smart Sculpting
5. Segmented Printing
6. Material recognition and appropriate pricing standards analysis
7. Smart assembly line development (with parts and caveats)
8. Abstract Design development and Artefacts production and more

Prerequisite:
Basic introduction to Design (2D Design and Engineering Drawing), Manufacturing
principles, concept of FEA/N-FEA (optional), concept of (optional) and machine-based
manufacturing (optional), simulation software (optional - experience)

Audience:
Primarily 3rd and 4th year students (with a focus period of a month) and three phases of
interaction within the same.
For 1st and 2nd years, 1st and 2nd phase respectively will be the final phases of interaction. Ideally to
be covered within one semester, at max to be stretched over a learning period of 90 days.