Based in Fab Lab Plymouth with its state of the art facilities and machinery, this eight week course teaches participants to use Fusion 360 software. The future of 2D and 3D computer aided design and manufacturing, Fusion 360 is a complete design tool that allows you to store and develop ideas, from concept to production. Relevant in a wealth of industries, from textiles to the built environment, and from toys to tech, Fusion 360 is a great skill to have throughout the creative industries and beyond.
The Design and Make (Almost) Anything course will support the development of your skills across the design and manufacturing aspects of the software package, including sketching, sculpting, scanning 3D objects, 2D laser cutting, 3D printing and CNC machining. The course will culminate in each participant developing a personal project.
And it's all free! This opportunity is fully funded by the European Social Fund.
You just have to bring the enthusiasm (and meet the following criteria):
- I am 16+
- I live in Devon
- I'm eligible to work in the UK (i.e. I have a National Insurance number)
- This course will support my studies, employability or career change
- I will attend AT LEAST six sessions
Location: Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place
Week 1: Wednesday 03/07/19, 13:00-16:00
Week 2: Wednesday 10/07/19, 13:00-16:00
Week 3: Wednesday 17/07/19, 13:00-16:00
Week 4: Wednesday 24/07/19, 13:00-16:00
Week 5: Wednesday 31/07/19, 13:00-16:00
Week 6: Wednesday 07/08/19, 13:00-16:00
Week 7: Wednesday 14/08/19, 13:00-16:00
Week 8: Wednesday 21/08/19, 13:00-16:00
Materials and Equipment
All tools and £5 worth materials are provided. Computer literacy is essential. Prior CAD experience is advantageous, but not required. For workshop based sessions please wear work clothing and closed toed shoes.
Please note that all courses are subject to student numbers and will only run if sufficient numbers are achieved. Plymouth College of Art reserves the right to cancel a course if insufficient student numbers are recruited.
This course will be delivered by Ian Hankey & Owen Groombridge.
To register please go to the link below:
Please contact HTiD Project Coordinator Beth Pyner for more information.