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Schreyer’s 3D printing course featured on UMass Libraries video

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A recently published promotional video for the UMass Libary’s Digital Media Lab featured BCT Program Director Alex Schreyer’s Honors College seminar “Adventures in 3D Printing”. It shows students from all over campus experiencing 3D printing through small hands-on projects. (Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NF-JE16vxSc) You can learn more about the UMass Library’s 3D printing services here.

Schreyer’s Book on Architectural Design with SketchUp in Second Edition

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AMHERST, Mass. — The second edition of “Architectural Design with SketchUp: 3D Modeling, Extensions, BIM, Rendering, Making, and Scripting,” by Alexander C. Schreyer is being released today. Schreyer is Program Director of the Building and Construction Technology program, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Environmental Conservation, and faculty member in the Department of Architecture at […]

Schreyer introduces elementary school kids to 3D printing

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Often called the third industrial revolution, digital-based manufacturing and especially 3D printing is a technology that can enable easy (home-)production of various consumer and industrial goods. To demonstrate this technology to the next generation of designers and engineers, BCT Program Director Alexander Schreyer brought our 3D printer to Amherst’s Wildwood Elementary School. As part of […]

Schreyer Presents at 2014 SketchUp 3D Basecamp in Vail, CO

As part of the 2014 iteration of Trimble’s SketchUp 3D Basecamp conference, BCT Program Director Alexander Schreyer presented on “Components are our friends: How component-based modeling can improve your life” and gave a workshop (together with Daniel Tal) on “Plugins and Scripting for Architects”. This conference, held in Vail, CO was attended by approximately 250 practitioners […]

L. Carl Fiocchi wins Autodesk Excellence in Analysis Award

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L. Carl Fiocchi, a Ph.D. Candidate in BCT, just won the Autodesk Excellence in Analysis Award. About the project This project is an analysis of the Gropius House, a Modernist icon constructed in 1938.  The intent was to deconstruct and analyze several passive solar shading techniques that Walter Gropius had incorporated into the building and site […]