EOS and Texas A&M University Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) have partnered to provide a professional 3D printing development program that uses a combination of virtual learning with conventional training methods. EOS and TEES provide a deep-dive into the latest powder bed AM process, like Direct Metal Laser Solidification (DMLS®) and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), as well as an understanding of other AM processes, metal and polymer materials for AM, design for AM, case studies, best practices, troubleshooting, and more during the program.
“Additive manufacturing is a highly innovative technology that, if understood and applied correctly, can create countless new opportunities for any industry or organization,” said Dr. Greg Hayes, senior vice president of applied engineering at EOS North America, “By partnering with Texas A&M University to create a certificate-level training program, we are putting AM’s potential in the hands of our participants.”
EOS and Texas A&M University have recently completed a successful program for NASA Johnson Space Center and are now hoping to help other organizations with this program. For more information on the joint additive manufacturing professional development program and to find out how your organization can participate, visit the program website here.