3-D Printing

3-D Printing

Not accepting applications for 3D printing at this time & not included in weekly application session 


The 3D Printing Program offers 250 hours (10 weeks) of instruction. Students will attain the baseline skills needed for entry-level employment in 3D CAD modeling jobs, which involves 3D printing-specific modeling skills such as feature size, geometrical constraints, and knowledge of materials. Topics include: shop math, blueprint reading, hand tools and power tools, metrology, CAD design, and basic shop safety. Students work on projects in teams. Proper safety procedures are emphasized with the use of all equipment. 

By the end of the course, students will be able to:

· Perform measurements and related math

· Use hand tools, fasteners, torque tools and power tools

· Understand blueprints

· Understand basic shop safety

· Understand basic English language; read work orders

· Understand and apply basic lean manufacturing concepts

· Conduct quality inspections on assembled products



· 18 years of age or older

· 9th grade (TABE or CASAS) math and reading

· Authorization to work in the U.S.


PROGRAM / COURSE OBJECTIVES: To obtain an entry level knowledge of 3D Printing

Jane Addams Resource Corporation is approved by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools of the Illinois Board of Higher Education.

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Financial Hardship Policy

JARC is a non-profit organization. Trainees enrolled in our programs attend free of charge and pay nothing out of pocket. Therefore, trainees do not accrue any debt in relation to our programs. JARC does not place holds on transcripts, diplomas, nor registrations.