In more advanced training we will look at your specific businesses workflow, or process, to create a 3D printed part so that it performs the business function that you require. We will also look at the following:
1/. Beyond the initial install, a further advanced training session of a couple of hours with several of your staff where they can ask as many questions / try as many things as they would like with the printer.
2/. Determining the carrying a small inventory of maintenance spares and performing regular routine maintenance vs breakdown maintenance and setting up a simple maintenance schedule.
3/. A session on physically disassembling components on the machine and performing some typical user required maintenance / fixes that you will typically need to do yourself. These would include :
- Required tools
- Clean build plate & machine bottom
- Disassemble and clean out Bowden tube.
- Disassemble and clean extruder after grinding problem
- Remove and replace hot end
- Print malfunction affecting hot end
- Clean and lube xyz axis
- Belt tension check
4/. Knowing where to source electronic manuals for the machine and the entire build and electronics specifications and drawings.
5/. Forum site links and documentation explaining issues / failed prints due to known industry 3D printing issues (ie) speeds selected to fast, under extrusion, old filament, heater temp too low, bed plate adhesion issues etc…
6/. Assistance with or participation in inductions / Job Safety Risk Analysis / procedural issues for your particular business.
Project Management & Engineering Design
- Project Management & Engineering Design
- Business cases and cost benefit analysis
- 3D modelling
- Workflow creation