3D Printed Gears on a purple background

Design for 3D Printing

NC971-01

Start Date

01/25

Time

6:30pm–9:30pm

Room

DMC

End Date

03/07

Meeting Day

Thursdays

Credits

0

This course educates students in an array of digital design methods for creating physical objects. Participants gain fluency in crafting digital files for object-making, from initial design to machine language. Areas of focus include computer-aided design, additive manufacturing techniques, and 3D printing processes. Students learn to translate their ideas into unique objects through the setup and safe operation of 3D rapid prototyping machines.*  This course equips students with lasting skills for continuing to design and materialize their ideas with these emerging, affordable and accessible tools and techniques. 

*Fully remote students may print at home or provide files for 1-2 designs, to be printed and shipped by MassArt. Local students are given may opt to attend 1-2 optional on-campus printing sessions.

 

This is online class uses the Zoom platform.

For local students coming to campus to print, we urge you, if you are able, to be fully up-to-date on vaccinations, including boosters. Available vaccination sites can be found here.

 

Dennis Svoronos work exists between art and engineering; it is inspired by the world in motion and steeped in information. Reflecting the language of the 21st century, he uses everything from electronic bits and mechanical parts, to iPhones and brainwaves to create work that asks pointed questions of our contemporary culture. Dennis Svoronos is a … Read more