The Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Workflows for Artists and Designers (Level 1) short course at Pratt Institute in New York City provides insight into the processes and outcomes of 3D printing.
School: Pratt Institute, School of Continuing & Professional Studies
Course: Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Workflows for Artists and Designers (Level 1)
Location: New York City, USA/remote
Course dates: 1 November 2021 to 11 November 2021
Application deadline: 25 October 2021
It has never been easier to bring your ideas to life because of the advances in additive manufacturing (3D printing) and the accessibility of 3D modeling software platforms.
3D printing is a method of making that only requires some basic computer skills and a fundamental understanding of workflows that the course will provide.
This course is an excellent option for anyone who ever wanted to create a work of art, prototype an invention, customize a product or make something cool but has lacked the skills or a fully developed workshop.
You will discover for yourself the potential and limitations of 3D printing through a series of lectures and workshops that walk you through where to find 3D models to print, digital modeling fundamentals for 3D printing, file preparation, output methods and best practices in 3D printer operations.
Additive Manufacturing Workflows for Artists and Designers is part of the larger ITL (Interdisciplinary Technology Lab) curricular offering.