Additive Manufacturing



In recent years there has been an increasing amount of interest in Additive Manufacturing (AM), sometimes referred to as 3D Printing. Whilst many engineers have a basic understanding of entry-level AM, there are fewer opportunities to learn about industrial-scale technologies like metal prototyping and multiple-material systems. This specialisation aims to equip engineers with the knowledge and skills necessary to use AM technologies at an advanced level to solve complex industrial design and manufacturing problems.

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Waurn Ponds (Geelong)

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  • Product Development SEM721
  • Simulation, Testing and Validation for Additive Manufacturing SEM723
  • Design for Additive Manufacturing SEM724
  • Materials for Additive Manufacturing SEM725
  • Project Initiation SEN719 (2 credit points)#
  • Project Implementation and Evaluation SEN720 (2 credit points)
  • # Must have successfully completed STP710 Career Tools for Employability (0 credit-point compulsory unit)