Oct 15, 2018
Awesome course for anyone in industry who wants to get introduced to the applications of 3D printing and get an introduction to design thinking.
Jul 06, 2018
One of the finest courses (online) regarding 3D printing, consistency and visualization was optimum and would like to do more of such courses.
by Ethan R•
Dec 02, 2016
I'll start by saying that this course gives a good insight into a wide variety of applications of 3D printing. There are lots of interviews with people who have or are leveraging additive manufacturing in original and effective ways. The last week of the course also introduces an interesting and seemingly effective framework for design thinking.
The reason that I've only rated 3 stars however is that the only useful thing you learn in this course is the design thinking framework. I think that it would be better if these videos were scattered throughout the rest of the specialisation. I do see value in including this material in the specialisation but not as an outright course.
by Gregory B•
Sep 30, 2017
The last assignment is not quite fair. I can not think of a problem that needs a solution right now. how can i do the assignment?
by Davide R•
Jul 03, 2016
it could be easily compressed in a two-weeks course.
Sometimes interviews are too long for what they need to explain.
Jun 24, 2016
This session was too long and a little boring. Could be shorter with the related contents.
by Deniz C Y•
Jul 26, 2016
It should be less repetitive and full of useful informations about applications.
by Daryl m•
Jun 28, 2016
good introduction into the applications of 3D printing.
by Vasileios M•
Nov 09, 2016
It should be merged with course 1
by Jerry C•
Aug 28, 2016
Full Individuals speaking
by Liam H•
Jun 21, 2016
While there is some interesting content, particuarly in the last week on design thinking, some of the course topics don't seem to hold together well, and the videos include a lot of monotonous talking heads. While this conveys the benefit of being able to listen to some of the videos without consistently watching, the interview questions asked of speakers are sometimes printed on the screen and not asked verbally. If you're not watching, you miss the questions. I would like to see this course refocused on design thinking for 3D printing, with other applications interspersed as examples rather than constituting the lion's share of the course. I believe that format would both be more engaging and do a better job of delivering skills with more opportunity for practice.
by Kon K•
May 01, 2018
This peer review process is not a reliable method for the evaluation.
The most important problem with a peer review is the bias of the reviewer.
Many participants (5 peer reviews at least) will make it more clearly evaluation.
by Matteo P•
Jun 21, 2016
I do not find very interesting this course. too many interviews. It could works for the first course, but not for the second. I was expecting to have more technical material and lessons.
by Oleg R•
Nov 26, 2016
This course doesn't contain any new information. It does not teach you but just excitedly shows commonly known facts.
There are better ways to invest your time.
by Yauhen P•
Jun 07, 2016
A lot of speaking without any sense. Skip it at all cost
by Matthias G•
Nov 15, 2018
Till now no assigment for my work on week 4.