Digital Fabrication

Peter Knobloch
Design, Computer Studio
2019S, Vorlesung und Übungen (VU), 2.0 semester hours, course number S01805

Description

The objective of the lecture is to impart & develop fundamental principles, practices and approaches for computer controlled manufacturing methods.

Digital Fabrication

  • History, literature, references
  • Classification of manufacturing methods according to DIN 8580
  • Additive and subtractive manufacturing
  • Milling, punching, nibbling

Laser cutting & engraving

  • Functional principle
  • Suitable materials
  • Testing the suitability of unknown materials
  • Typical properties and applications
  • Data format: G-Code
  • Do’s and Dont’s
  • Gerätekalibrierung, –pflege und Wartung

3D Printing

  • Functional principles (7 different processes)
  • Available materials
  • Typical properties and applications
  • Data format: STL
  • Do’s and Dont’s
  • Determining print cost & timeDruckzeitermittlung
  • Equipment calibration, care and maintenance
  • Overview: 3D Software (Cinema 4D, Maya, Rhino, SolidWorks)

Examination Modalities

For the successful completion of the course the following criteria will be used:

  • Constant and punctual participation (min. 70% attendance, 50% of the grade)
  • Partaking in the individual, practical exercise (approx. 45 Minutes, 50% of the grade)

Comments

Maximum number of participants: 24, No places available(updated 2019.03.12)

Key Words

3D Printing, CNC Milling, Desktop Fabrication, Digital Fabrication, Digital Modelling, Laser Cutting, Laser Engraving, Rapid Prototyping, SolidWorks

Dates

19 March 2019, 15:30–18:00 Seminar Room 10
26 March 2019, 15:30–18:00 Seminar Room 10
30 April 2019, 15:30–18:00 Seminar Room 10
07 May 2019, 15:00–17:45, "Individual trainings"

Course Enrolment

From 01 January 2019, 00:00 to 11 March 2019, 23:59
Via online registration

co-registration: possible (2.0 ECTS)

Industrial Design (1. Section): Materials Science, Manufacturing Techniques, Production Methods (2.0 ECTS)

Individual courses: possible (2.0 ECTS)