Webinar: Prototyping Design constraints and Industrial Feasibility

Prototyping design constraints and industrial feasibility

What is the course about?

The course taught by one of our partner universities, Univeristy of Tartu uniquely blends a focus on sustainable and responsible design with hands-on prototyping experience, using real-world case studies for practical application. It emphasizes reducing environmental impact through carbon footprint calculations and optimizing designs for industrial production.

Students engage in interactive sessions to redesign prototypes using 3D design software of their choice, fostering technical skill development and flexibility. Interactive feedback sessions encourage collaborative learning and improvement, making this course ideal for those looking to merge sustainability with industrial feasibility in product design.

Day 1: 12 Dec 2024

Responsible Sustainable Design Constraints and Case Study Introduction: Familiarizing with sustainable and responsible prototype design drivers and methdology to use these criterias incluidng carbon footprint calculations.

Case Study, Technical Drawings Introductions, Working on Responsibe Design: Hands-on session receiving non-finished desgin prototype drawings, requiring to redesign in responsible industrially prototyiping way. Be prepared to use the 3D design software on your own choice. The initail drawing are distributed in STL format.

Day 2: 13 Dec 2024

Mid report: Students will present their report

Hands-on session: Students will calculate and optimize their design carbon footprint and reponsible design, the final design will the prepered and uploaded to repository.

Seminar: Submitting final results and disussion

Learning outcomes

  • Integrate sustainable design principles into prototyping
  • Master carbon footprint calculations
  • Utilize 3D design software for responsible prototyping
  • Prepare designs for industrial feasibility
  • Enhance skills for creating environmentally conscious and production-ready prototypes

How to enroll?

LIMITED OFFER: 25% off for the first 20 enrollments

General Fee: €66 | For EITM Partner University Students: €56 | EITM industry partners & startups supported by EITM: €56

Enroll to all 6 Manufacturing Innovation Webinars for 15% discount

General fee for all 6 webinars: €340 | For EITM partner university students: €288 | EITM industry partners & startups supported by EITM: €288

IMPORTANT: Students from EIT Manufacturing Partner Universities enrolling with discounted fees must send a document justifying the same to doctoralschool@eitmanufacturing.eu. Those who fail to do so will not be admitted to the webinar and the fee will not be reimbursed.

Our Partner Universities:

  • Czech Technical University (Czech Republic)
  • University of Trento (Italy), Mondragon University (Spain)
  • SUPSI (Switzerland), TU Wien (Austria), FEUP (Portugal)
  • University of Tartu (Estonia), Ecole Centrale Nantes (France)
  • Aalto University (Finland), University College Dublin (Ireland)
  • Slovak Technical University (Slovakia), Grenoble INP (France)

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