About This Course
Revolutionize your world with speed and creativity. Three-D printing and additive manufacturing are changing how we work and how manufacturing itself happens. In this course, you'll hone the ability to innovate and to lead others in discovery. The first half of the semester is spent learning how to use additive technology and the second half how it can be applied to real-world industries. By the end of the course, you'll use computer-aided design and the U of M's 3D printing lab to build your own solution to a problem. Join this community of forward-thinking makers and tap some of the most high-tech resources at the U. Prerequisites: None
M.B.A., Cardinal Stritch University; B.S., mechanical engineering, University of Minnesota
Mick Kuehn is a licensed professional engineer and a certified project management professional. He owns Kuehn Diversified Engineering, Inc. (KDE), which consults for large and small companies. He has 20 years of experience in incubating technologies and developing manufacturing processes in the launch of new products. In previous work at St. Jude Medical, Mick used a grassroots approach to reinvent a product development life cycle process to support a $1B business unit that had outgrown old quality systems, and used DHF/DMR audit tools to drive remediation scope and create best practices for filling gaps.
- MM 3305 − Advanced 3D Printing for Innovative Business Practices