“Moscow Technical School” together with specialists of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University (MSTU) has developed a training program for engineers in the field of additive technologies. Enterprises can apply for training of their employees on the project website.

Within the framework of the direction “Quality control of additive manufacturing in mechanical engineering”, engineers will learn how to use standard methods of quality control of products, including acoustic, radiation, magnetic and others, to develop technical specifications for the design of tools and equipment for the manufacture of 3D models. The course is designed for 150 academic hours, eight people can study in one group.

“As part of the training course “Laser Additive Technologies”, engineers will learn about modern technologies and trends in 3D printing, learn how to select the operating modes of laser equipment for specific tasks and master the processes of processing finished products. The course will take 120 academic hours. To practice the skills, complexes of coaxial laser melting (KLP-400) and selective laser melting (SLP-250) will be used. The number of listeners in the group can reach 20 people,” said Vladislav Ovchinsky, head of the capital’s Department of Investment and Industrial Policy.

The direction “Injection additive technologies” will help engineers acquire the necessary skills for the development and manufacture of products of any complexity. Students will learn how to produce parts using a computer-aided design system. The practical classes will involve printers for printing from wax, plastic and for growing molds from cold-hardening mixtures. The training will take 134 academic hours. There will be from eight to 12 people in one group.

According to Alexey Ignatov, Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Technologies at Bauman Moscow State Technical University, the courses will train highly qualified technologists and designers for the leading enterprises of the city.

In total, eight areas of study are planned at the Moscow Technical School: “Communication Technologies”, “Additive Technologies”, “Artificial Intelligence in Industry”, “Microelectronics and Photonics”, “Robotics and Sensors”, “Digital Twins”, “New Production Technologies” and “Unmanned Transport”.

To become a participant in the project, the company needs to apply on the school’s website or on the investment portal Moscow Specialists will select a university or a research center to train an employee.

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