3D Printing Start to Finish with TINCARCAD CURA Softwares

Design of 3D Printing, Additive manufacturing, Slicing with CURA, Design of 3D Printing, 3D Print, 3D Filament, 3D files
3D Printing Start to Finish with TINCARCAD CURA Softwares
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4.76 GB
Total length :
4h 39m


Naman kumar Gandhi


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3D Printing Start to Finish with TINCARCAD CURA Softwares

What you’ll learn

Create unique 3D models for 3D Printing in TinkerCad
Turn your ideas into something real by having them 3D printed
Create 3D models fast and efficiently inside the free software Tinkercad and Slicing in Cura
Choose the right 3D printer for your needs
3D Scanning for 3D Printing
Post-Processing methods for 3D Printed Parts
Applications of 3D Printing in Different different area
Use “slicing” software to create great 3d Prints
Resources to awesome free 3D files for your 3D printer
Learn to design your own unique creations from the initial idea stage to a complete finished working model.
3D Printing Materials
Working of Fused Deposition Modeling Type 3D Printer
Working of Selective Laser Sintering 3D Printer
Working of SLA type 3D Printer
Working of Electron Beam melting type of 3D Printing
Types of Materials for 3D Printing

3D Printing Start to Finish with TINCARCAD CURA Softwares


A basic understanding of computers
Learning Attitude
Interest in 3D printing, A 3D printer is not required
The course is geared for beginners. No prior knowledge in 3D design necessary
No Programming is needed


Welcome to the world of 3D printing. In this 3D printing course we’ll be going over the basics of the 3D printing world. This course is designed for beginners and experienced  to gain an understanding of how a 3D printer works, and the process of going from a blank 3D design  to a full physical print out.Buying your first 3D printer is a big investment and it’s a good idea to really learn what you’re getting in to. It would be smart to first find out how the entire process works before you make a purchase. Like how it goes from a digital file to a full physical object. Imagine if you could press “print” and then everything you’d ever need would be created. I mean EVERYTHING. Well, this isn’t science fiction completely.. it’s almost 100% possible thanks to 3D Printing.3D Printing, or additive manufacturing, is a way to build real objects using a three dimensional electronic robot/device based off using 3D CAD models (computer aided drafting). The technology is still in early stages but it’s quickly becoming the best way for anyone to make prototypes and cool objects that wouldn’t have been possible ever before.Taking this course will empower you to design your own 3D models in a systematic way for various engineering application by learning the software and hardware of the additive manufacturing implementation.Learn how to prototype products and even create functional objects for your home, office, or even as unique gifts for friends.Enjoy!


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Working of 3D Printing

Lecture 3 Applications of 3D Printing

Lecture 4 Additive Manufacturing VS Subtractive Manufacturing

Section 2: Design for 3D Printing with Tinkercad

Lecture 5 Introduction

Lecture 6 How to Login with Tinkercad Free and Making Account

Lecture 7 Understanding Work plane and various commands on Tinkercad

Lecture 8 Grouping, Ungrouping, Align, Rulers function of Various commands

Lecture 9 Dimensioning of Model, Use Of Work plane tools etc.

Lecture 10 Creating a Hole and cutting the sections of 3D Model

Lecture 11 Shapes available and Use of Scribble tool in Tinkercad

Lecture 12 Use of Amazing Duplicate Command

Lecture 13 Use of Ruler Tool for Dimensioning

Lecture 14 Making 3D Models in Tinkercad

Lecture 15 Creating a Nut Bolt in Tinkercad

Lecture 16 Making Large parts Printable by breaking down two parts

Lecture 17 Creating A Gear in Tinkercad

Lecture 18 Use of Shape Generators in Tinkercad

Lecture 19 Editing STL file in Tinkercad

Lecture 20 Importing and Exporting 3D Model and converting to STL file

Section 3: What is STL File Format

Lecture 21 STL File Format and How does it work

Section 4: 3D Scanning for 3D Printing

Lecture 22 Introduction 3D Scanning

Lecture 23 Steps of 3D Scanning

Lecture 24 Various 3 Scanning Technologies

Lecture 25 Applications of 3D Scanning

Section 5: Slicing Software Cura

Lecture 26 Introduction CURA Slicer

Lecture 27 Cura Download & Installation

Lecture 28 3D Printer Machine Setting & Importing 3D Model

Lecture 29 Cura Default setting and Print Quality

Lecture 30 Cura Parameters Custom Setting part 1

Lecture 31 Cura Parameters Custom Setting part 2

Lecture 32 G- Code generation in CURA

Section 6: Types of 3D Printers

Lecture 33 Introduction types of 3D Printers

Lecture 34 Working of Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D Printer

Lecture 35 Hands on Training with my FDM 3D Printer

Lecture 36 Hands on training how to insert G-code to your 3D Printer

Lecture 37 Working of Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Lecture 38 stereolithography (SLA) 3D Printing working

Lecture 39 Electron Beam Melting (EBM) 3D Printer Working

Lecture 40 Digital light processing 3D Printing

Lecture 41 Binder Jetting 3D Printing

Section 7: Post Processing Methods

Lecture 42 Support Removal

Lecture 43 Sanding

Lecture 44 Gluing and Welding

Lecture 45 Priming & Painting

Lecture 46 Vapor smoothing

Lecture 47 Polishing

Lecture 48 Hydro Dipping

Lecture 49 Epoxy Coating

Lecture 50 Electroplating

Lecture 51 Heat Treatment

Section 8: Materials for 3D Printing

Lecture 52 Materials used for FDM 3D Printing Process

Lecture 53 Materials for SLA or Liquid Based 3D Printing Process

Section 9: Cost Estimation of 3D Printed Parts

Lecture 54 Cost Estimation of 3D Printed Object

Section 10: Challenges in Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)

Lecture 55 Challenges in Additive Manufacturing

Anyone interested in learning about 3D printing,Artists, designers or Makers who are interesting in learning new techniques in 3d Printing,Cosplay makers and hobbyists interested in 3d Printing,Beginner to intermediate level creators / makers who want to learn how to design their own cool things for 3d printing.,Doctors, Researchers, Engineers and Students,Designers, tinkerers, hobbyists, artists and anyone looking to learn how to design their own models for 3D printing

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 4h 39m | 4.76 GB
Created by: Naman kumar Gandhi

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