Digital Fabrication and Prototyping

The course examined the fundamental principles of advanced digital prototyping and fabrication methods like Contouring, Folding, Paneling, Corbelling, and Cross-Sectioning forming for architecture and building design. It focuses on the inherent value of digital prototypes to evaluate the viability and performance of the design intent with respect to material selection, methods, and the implications of the assembly to document the fabrication process.

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Digital Fabrication and Prototyping

Type: Academic
Class: ELDS 745 | Spring 2013
Professor: Ryan Bacha
Software: Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, CAD, Illustrator
Materials: 3-axis CNC Machine, Laser Machine, High-Density Foam