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3D printing and additive manufacturing

The term 3D printing is used to describe various processes. The variety and the possibilities of use are often unknown. The course gives an impression of how additive processes can be used in different areas, from metal printing to the production of cake decorations. The steps of the process chain are applied in an exercise.


24. June 2023: 10 am – 2 pm (CEST)



Target Groups

Every interested person from cities, regions and politics, science, industry, start-up scene, students and university employees.




4 h


Register here in Eventbrite until 23. June 2023 or via mail to Oliver Weber with name, e-mail, gender, country of origin, country of residence and typ of participant (student, academic staff, non-academic staff)

Participation fee

Free of charge


OTH Regensburg


Oliver Weber


Invitation international online course – 3D printing

The course “3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing” covers a wide range of topics related to additive manufacturing. It begins with an introduction and then delves into the fundamentals of additive manufacturing, including basic concepts, definitions, and applications. The course covers additive manufacturing in detail, including the layered modeling method. Common manufacturing processes are also discussed.

In terms of use cases, the course explores prototyping in design thinking phase three and the importance of design and strategies in additive manufacturing. It also covers computer-aided design (CAD) for additive manufacturing and the geometric possibilities of this technology.

The course concludes with a discussion of materials and quality in additive manufacturing and a summary of the key points covered. Additionally, literature recommendations are provided for further reading and exploration of the topic. Overall, this course provides a comprehensive overview of additive manufacturing and its applications in various fields.


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