TD 354T / TD 388L / AET 339 — Monday-Wednesday 12:00 p.m.–1:30 p.m. — Student Cap: 16
Instructors: J. E. Johnson
Digital Fabrication will explore common and emerging digital fabrication technologies for artists and designers. Technologies include but are not to limited to 3D printing, laser cutting, 3D routing. Students will work with diverse materials learn hands-on methods of assembly and finish.
Students who successfully complete the course will know how to design and build prototypes, architectural models, and bespoke parts. Students will use these technologies to collaborate with AET 361C Physical Computing and/or AET 339 PLAI Production lab on joint projects for performance and exhibition.