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Course

Adventures in 3D Printing

Number: HONORS 391A
Credits: 1
Format: Currently not offered

Semester: Spring
Meeting Times: Currently not offered
Room: Currently not offered

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Instructor

Alexander Schreyer, M.A.Sc., Dipl.-Ing.

Senior Lecturer and BCT Program Director

Office: Olver Design Building 318
Phone: +1 (413) 545-1976
Email:

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Course Description

3D printing is often referred to as the “next industrial revolution”. While the idea of printing your own consumer goods on-demand is certainly exciting, there are many questions that relate to this technology: ownership & copyright, accessibility, technical issues, cost. This seminar will evaluate this technology from the perspectives of students with varied backgrounds. Students also have an opportunity to learn 3D modeling and make their own 3D prints.

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