The 3D Printer Hardware Guide

Learn how a 3D printer works by assembling hardware parts
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (57 ratings)
3,165 students
The 3D Printer Hardware Guide
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 (57 ratings)
3,165 students
prototyping
3D printing
electronics
technology
robotics
Stem education

Requirements

  • Basic science
Description

The course is aimed at basics 3D printing and to gain an understanding of the technology inside out.

We will be looking at:

  • History of 3D printing industry,

  • Major types of 3D printers available today

  • Construction, wiring and calibration of an FDM 3D printer

  • Using slicing software, understand different parameters and finishing printed parts

  • Maintenance & troubleshooting

  • Industry applications of a typical FDM 3D printer

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Who this course is for:
  • 3D designers
  • Architects
  • Science students
  • Business leaders
Curriculum
2 sections • 5 lectures • 38m total length
  • Introduction to the course
  • History of 3D Printers
  • Hardware Components
  • Assembly
  • Wiring

Instructor
Award-winning Entrepreneur & Physicist
Robin John
  • 3.9 Instructor Rating
  • 57 Reviews
  • 3,165 Students
  • 1 Course

My expertise lies in startup ecosystem around management and development. I come from a background in Physics and Management. I am an advocate of STEM Education and design workshops in areas like Electronics, IoT, Drones and Robots.


Robin John, Director for multiple tech-startups in Madrid, Spain, recipient of horizon 2020 grant awarded by EU, associated with Boeing and Military for projects, patent holder and professor for additive manufacturing, robotics and drones in IE business school