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January 06, 2021 Wednesday 03:49:43 PM IST

U of T Engineering launches 3D-printing course

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Students at the University of Toronto now have access to a course focused entirely on 3D printing, a fast-growing $13-billion industry. The graduate-level course, which is open to all U of T students, is being offered by the department of mechanical and industrial engineering (MIE) in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering. MIE1724: Additive Manufacturing in Engineering Applications focuses specifically on the rapidly evolving and lucrative field, which has applications for numerous sectors of the economy.

The course is the creation of alumnus Ali Radhi, who wanted to provide a graduate-level specialized class that looks at the process of designing and building cost-effective and timely products using novel materials and hardware.

Read More details on https://www.utoronto.ca/news/u-t-engineering-launches-3d-printing-course-prepare-students-booming-field

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