3D Printing for Model Making
Designers and makers today are using 3D printing to create models and parts, ranging from simplistic forms to detailed working prototypes.
This method has become a quick and affordable means to produce and develop one-off items.
This course will therefore give you an understanding and hands-on experience of 3D printing, with opportunities to explore materials and samples to see how this method works, and to work on a personal project.
The course is aimed at professionals, hobbyists and students working in architecture, craft and design who would like a general understanding and experience of this technology.
There will be demonstrations, group tutorials and individual activities to explore this fascinating subject.
A basic knowledge of 2D and 3D CAD (Computer Aided Design) software is useful but not essential, but a willingness to learn and experiment is vital.
All the materials will be supplied.
On this course you will:
- be introduced to software including SketchUp, AutoCAD and TinkerCAD
- focus on 3D printing to produce models, objects and parts
- gain an overview of further materials and commercial services that you might want to explore further.
With support from the tutor and in discussion with fellow delegates, you will research a project of your choice based on your own design concept.
Your project could be a design or art project that you’re currently working on that you wish to develop, or it could be an idea you’re itching to make a reality.
What will I gain?
Upon completion of the course you’ll have an overview of 3D Printing in model making and design, and an understanding of how this can be used in your work.
Suitability - Who should attend?
Entry requirement: You should have a project in mind that you wish to develop. Software skills are useful but not essential, as the basics will be covered.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Certificate of attendance.
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