A high school student from Reading,   Pennsylvania watching and understanding the functions of a FDM 3D-Printer as well as the layer by layer method employeed to create components. 

A high school student from Reading, Pennsylvania watching and understanding the functions of a FDM 3D-Printer as well as the layer by layer method employeed to create components. 

Education

Originating within the educational environment as a startup, we always knew the shortest path to success required us to surround ourselves with those who could enlighten us to the problems ahead. There were of course times we charged head on into problems that were far beyond our understanding. But by utilizing every available educational resource and asset at hand, we were able to overcome adversity. 

Taking this sentiment to heart, we compiled a list of resources and literature relating to the manufacturing industry and created a course with a focus on Additive Manufacturing that enables our students, both professional and academic, to understand the realities of a manufacturing environment as well as how to control and operate a manufacturing device, in this case a 3D-Printer. 

Our "Introduction to Manufacturing and 3D-Printing" Course has been successfully run for multiple semesters at Penn State's Berks Campus, the Penn State Berks' Langan Launch Box facility, and most recently with our commercial partners. We are excited to say we now offer our "Introduction to Manufacturing and 3D-Printing" course to all interested parties. If you are interested in learning more about our course, please contact us through our "Hire Us" page.

 A future college graduate in Reading, Pennsylvania utilizing PerceptEngine's remote capabilities to operate multiple 3D-Printers at our State College office to further understand how to meet customer production needs. 

A future college graduate in Reading, Pennsylvania utilizing PerceptEngine's remote capabilities to operate multiple 3D-Printers at our State College office to further understand how to meet customer production needs. 

Training

Solid Dynamics' core business remains rapid prototyping and so this requires us to continuously train and retrain new and existing team members. After realizing the effectiveness of our training regime, we began offering it to our clients so they could better understand our design constraints when working with them to bring their ideas to life. 

Condensing and refining these lessons has enabled us to engage academic organization, commercial companies, and private individuals to train them in rapid prototyping, design for Additive Manufacturing, design for Hybrid Manufacturing, as well as facility operations. If you are interested in learning more about our training programs, please contact us through our "Hire Us" page.

 

For more information please contact us at info@soliddynamics.net