3D Model Printing 201: A Roots CollaboratoinTaught by Chip Bobbert
About the Workshop
CAD 201 picks up where CAD 101 left off, we strongly recommend attending that class first. In CAD 101 students learned how to sketch an object and create simple 3D parts from those drawings. Those parts are stand-alone objects. In CAD 201, we’ll extend those concepts. Students will learn how to make “machines” and understand the concepts of multi-body parts and assemblies.
Attendees should be timely in their arrival. Late arrivals will have a difficult time catching up.
About the Instructor
Chip founded and currently manages the CoLab Studios. Outside of his role as a technology operationalist, he maintains a passion for students and research. He has been teaching 3D modeling and media applications for fifteen years as well as consulting for numerous entities on engineering level media project. Chip holds an MSEd and has maintained a strong interest in adapting traditional teaching theory to current technological shifts. He spent his youth in the machine shop of his family’s business that led to a lifelong passion for building. To this day, you’ll never find him far from a hammer and saw.
About the Location
The TEC (Technology Engagement Center) Classroom is in the Telcom Building. To get there, just walk down the stairs from Perkins/Bostock like you’re heading towards CIEMAS. When you get to the road halfway down, make a right and Telcom is the building ahead of you to the left. The Technology Engagement Center is the first floor, so just enter in the front of the building. The classroom is to the right of the entrance, adjacent to the center circular room. http://maps.duke.edu/map/?id=21&mrkIid=2765