Digital Fabrication

Instructor(s)
Teaching Assistant(s)
James Clarke-Hicks
Meghan Won

This course examines the role of computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) technologies in crafting robust design methodologies. At this point, you have a solid foundation in digital modeling and visual representation. Rather than pursuing expertise in one facet of advanced digital design, this course will serve as a springboard into multiple avenues of interest where digital tools can enhance design methodologies. In this class, we will look at three specific examples of how CAD and CAM technologies are capable of extending our ability to engage increasingly complex design scenarios.