A state-of-the-art 3D printer has been installed in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Premier University, to familiarize students with new technologies in the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution ahead. A workshop was held for the teachers of the department on how to use and maintain a 3D printers.
In the workshop, instructor Samsul Arefin discusses various aspects of 3D printing or digital fabrication technology. He provides hands-on training in a variety of 3D printing technologies to fused deposition modelling. In this technology, filaments from filament coils made of plastic are run through a hot nozzle, basically called an extruder, and molten plastic is extruded through the nozzle of the extruder to form a specific prototype object. Besides, how 3D design is done through Tinker Cad or Fusion 360 application is also shown.