3D Printing and Related Software Applications
Practical Applications of 3D Printing
This course will showcase to students the principles of 3D printing machines and their various uses. From everyday items, such as cell phone holders and mask hangers, to technology components, such as grips for camera focus rings, and computer case supports, 3D printing can meet a wide range of needs. Students can create small items according to their personal needs to make daily lives more fun.
The main goal of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of 3D printing from basic theory to practical application, and to offer them the opportunity to make life more convenient and expand their career prospects.
What you will learn
Types and printing principles of 3D printer
Material characteristics and application scenarios of 3D printing
Use and maintenance of 3D printer
Making your own 3D printed models (everyday objects, creations based on personal interests, such as anime character dolls, robot models and parts, and model scene making)
From basic theory to practical application, understanding 3D printing and related software in all aspects
Create a personal portfolio
Basics of 3D Printing and Related Software
In this chapter, students will be introduced to the basic concepts of 3D printing and different types of 3D printers, learn about related software, principles of printers, and related application scenarios.
The teacher will guide students to use what they have learned to make small items such as cell phone holders and mask rope hooks.
Teaching Software: Tinkercad or Blender
Fee: $ 1200
(3hours per lesson, Total 3 lessons)