A two-day class 4pm to 7pm focused on introducing students to the fundamentals of 3D printing articulated structures such as chain mail, weaves, and mesh. Students will work in a hands-on, studio environment implementing 3D printing technology while learning how to create digitally modeled fabrications within a virtual environment.
In addition to our online ‘New Skins’ Workshop platform launching Spring/Summer 2014, Francis Bitonti Studio is pleased to offer our series of fabrication-oriented computational design and 3D printing courses in New York, New York. Participating students will learn through structured, two-day courses in a studio environment computationally driven production and design methodologies.
A two-day class 4pm to 7pm focused on developing beginner techniques relating to digitally modeling jewelry and accessories within a 3D environment. 3D printing technologies will be discussed and evaluated as means of production and prototyping throughout the duration of the class.
A two-day class engaging students in advanced 3D printing techniques including the printing of complex articulated structures. Students will work in a hands-on, studio environment implementing 3D printing technology as it relates to digitally modeled articulated fabrics within a virtual environment. This advanced class will cover the creation of various complex, differentiated articulated fabrications.
A two-day class 4pm to 7pm covering development of advanced techniques for digitally modeling jewelry and accessories within a 3D environment. This advanced class will focus on producing complex, organic geometries using both animation and simulation driven design techniques.
A two-day class 4pm to 7pm introducing varied techniques for digitally modeling garments in a 3D environment. Real-world applications for both 3D printed and traditional textiles will be discussed including laser cutting and computationally controlled methods of production. Students beginner-advanced are welcome to register