ARCH 46993 - CNC Fabrication Workshop
This workshop will focus on the potential to design in parallel with CNC fabrication technologies. RhinoCam will allow participants to simulate milling effects in the friendly Rhinoceros environment. Workshop participants will engage hands-on with a 3-axis CNC router and manage the fabrication of a design entity. One will learn about tooling bits, feed settings, material setup on the table, running a file and troubleshooting possible errors. The course will also cover custom tool-paths to generate unique surface articulation and flip-mill techniques.
Rhinoceros 3D / RhinoCAM / Grasshopper
Machine / Hardware:
3-axis Laguna CNC router
Foam / MDF / Softwood
Previous knowledge recommended:
Minimum of 8 students; Limited to 16 students
Cost per person: $2,950
*includes room, board and materials
(not including, flight, visa, ground transportation)
**cost advertised is after both the OGE and CAED scholarship
Registration Deadline: April 15, 2019
For more information, contact: Sara Morato Querejazu, Assistant Director, Education Abroad
Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate an advanced understanding of digital tools and how they can be applied to solve architectural digital fabrication problems.
- Demonstrate proficient knowledge of mill set up, and usage.
- Carry out production/assembly of small-scale prototypes.