Digital fabrication is a process that merges design and manufacture through the use of digital tools (software) and computer controlled manufacturing processes. Such processes position "digital natives" in the forefront of craft and form generation. Today, engineers, designers and artists are leading the development of new sculpting, construction and manufacturing strategies. Methods such as CNC milling, laser cutting, robotic fabrication among others, allow us to materialise radical new forms inspired by biological processes, mathematics and computational geometry.
Lecturers: Clemens Winkler, Luke Franzke
Use 4mm MDF
Room for all days: 3.E07-A