3D printing or additive producing is a method of constructing 3 dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D written object is achieved exploitation additive processes. In associate additive method associate object is made by parturition down consecutive layers of fabric till the item is made. Every of those layers may be seen as a thinly sliced horizontal crosswise of the ultimate object. 3D printing is that the opposite of reductive producing that is ablation / hollowing out a bit of metal or plastic with for example a shaping machine. 3D printing allows you to supply advanced (functional) shapes exploitation less material than ancient producing strategies.
MIT has clear focus to create students, future Engineers/product designers awake to know such necessary tool. they will learn, adopt and even style their project from 3d printing perspective so they come up with live working projects. Get a lot of details, please visit www.milestone.ac.in
One-day Workshop was conducted 26-08-2018. The Seminar was conducted by Mr. Chetan Salunkhe, a MIT subject specialist. the scholars of second year and third year Civil engineering from Fr. Angel Polytechnic, Navi Mumbai attended the Seminar. The Seminar was terribly helpful for the scholars as it covers the industry interaction. This also help scholars to gain knowledge and apply same in their curriculum and future professional life.