This continuing education seminar examines the rising technology of 3D printing, offering a clear understanding of its impact in contemporary architectural practice.
(PRWEB) January 17, 2014
January 23, 2014
5:30 p.m. Reception and Snacks
6:15 p.m. – 7:15p.m. Presentation
DORMA Americas Design Center
1040 Avenue of the Americas, 22nd Floor
New York, NY 10018-3762
Credits: 1 AIA CES LU/HSW
This continuing education seminar examines the rising technology of 3D printing, offering a clear understanding of its impact in contemporary architectural practice. The program provides both technical and philosophical perspectives, revealing how design firms are using 3D printing to study form and complex geometries, and to produce site models, floor plans and building plugs. Attendees will learn how this technology can help differentiate them from competitors by presenting design ideas in a new way.
On hand at the event will be 3D software workflow from Rhino, Revit and Sketch-Up for 3D printing; live 3D printers, a sample model showcase, a handheld 3D device, a demonstration of sculpting with a Haptic device, and more.
Register online today or send an email to: designctr(at)dorma-usa(dot)com.
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