CGIA 303: Computer Aided Design II
Computer technologies and digital applications as related to output. How to use Industrial Design software for part design for production and output such as CNC, 3D printer, and animation programs. Students should finish this course with the ability to output a complex part in their chosen medium, including molds for ceramics, as well as begin to understand the potential to output to animation programs. Course work will be distributed 50% advanced part design and modeling, 35% 3D output, and 15% intro to animation programs. Note: Some sections will focus on ceramics output for ceramics design students.
Formerly INDD 303
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