|Course Introduction & Fabrication Workshop|
|Learning Objectives||Today we'll do a quick introduction and overview of the course, including a run-through the syllabus, a discussion of pedagogical goals and teaching methods, and a presentation of projects and deliverables. In Introductory Workshop C, students will learn how to prepare a 3d digital model for physical production via two methods.|
Course Overview and Introduction
Please review the course syllabus , seen below.
Today we will introduce Project One , which will be reviewed in class on the following dates:
- Thursday, Sep 12
- Project Pinup
- Thursday, Sep 19
- Project Redline Pinup
- Friday, Sep 20
- All drawings due to be turned in before 200a site visit.
- Monday, Sep 24
- Drawings reviewed alongside Departure One
Introductory Workshop c
This split session will be led by Kirsten Larson, and Rudy Letsche.
- In groups of three, everyone should cut and assemble the test model. Get organized, and go buy your materials in bulk TODAY at Blick. Contouring people will need the actual material on hand in order to calculate contour dimension.
- On Friday
- The lab is open for cutting from 11am - 1 pm and 5-10 pm. If you're ready to cut early, go for it!
- On Saturday
- Rudy & Kirsten in lab for office hours from 4p-6p
- On Sunday
- The lab is open for cutting from 10 am - 8 pm
- Waffle Model Method
- Written by Johanna Kanerud, Rhino file with instructions here .