Printing 3D - Fundamentals and advanced course
What you'll learn
- Learn all the fundamentals about 3D printing, filaments, brands and settings.
- Exporting from SolidWorks to Cura
- Settings for print 3D using Cura
- Plugins using Cura
- Using Gcode
- Software used for 3D printing
- No recquirements
This is a comprehensive course on 3D printing.
It includes basic terminology, printer comparison, techniques, filaments and even used software.
The course is useful both for design and modeling users who hope to know the fundamentals of 3D printing, as well as for entrepreneurs who want to enter the business and need to choose a technique, a printer or advantages of one or another filament.
For advanced users, the course offers advanced settings for both software and the use of gcode for Cura.
The basics - 3D Printing
What is 3D Printing?
3D Printing Technologies
Types of Filament
3D Printer Terminology
Important Print Settings
3D Printer Options - Creality
Printer Options - Prusa: Comparing commonly purchased FDM printers of varying price ranges, including Creality, Ultimaker, Prusa
3D Printer Options - Ultimaker: Comparing commonly purchased FDM printers of varying price ranges, including Creality, Ultimaker, Prusa
Slicer Programs: Discussing the different available Slicer program options for 3D printing, comparing Simplify3D and Cura as the main recommendations
Free CAD Programs: Discuss commonly used free cad options, including freecad, tinkercad, blender, fusion 360, onshape, sketchup, and briefly mention solidworks
Basics of Solid works
Sketching and Drawing
Cura3D modeling for 3d Print
Cura Installation and Machine Setup.
Exporting Solidworks File to STL and Opening in Cura.
Cura View Movement and Model Selection.
Cura Model Rotation and Scaling.
Right Clicking Cura Model.
Cura Preferences and View Modes.
Basic Cura Settings Part 1
Basic Cura Settings Part 2
Advanced Cura Settings
Expert Cura Settings Part 1
Expert Cura Settings Part 2
In this section is included 2 default cura plugins: Pause at height and tweak at Z.
Too, is covered what a temperatura tower is and how to set one up in Cura using the tweak at Z plugin.
Aditionally, how to interpret the result of temeprature tower, some general tips and finally how to work Gcode in Cura.
Who this course is for:
- People who want to learn how to create and print 3D models
- Peopole who want to buy a 3D printer and want to understand the business
- 3D Modelers
- Architects, BIM modelers and designers
- Mechanic modelers
We choose the best courses and make them available to new audiences.
Our training offer covers the entire spectrum of data intelligence:
Art - Capture - Modeling - Design - Construction - Operation. Using technological development and process improvement as a transverse thread.
The creators of courses with which we have decided to work have been carefully selected, to offer a complementary set of knowledge. We firmly believe that today people do not seek courses to fill their walls with diplomas; but to make their abilities more productive.