Students will learn the basics of digital fabrication using a 3D printer. Concepts covered include modeling and basic use of Fusion360, orienting and preparing files using proprietary printer software, using the 3D printer, troubleshooting issues and proper set-up and breakdown. Each attendee will be able to print one small item of their own from a pre-set group of files.
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This course has no prerequisites
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About the instructor:
Abby Bleakney sees ordinary problems as opportunities for creativesolutions. Abby is currently a creative design strategist at WestRock,based out of Atlanta, Georgia, where she works on concept development,marketing, and design strategy. While at WestRock, she has worked withcompanies such as Kellogg’s, Coach, and Pizza Hut to develop engagingdesigns that honor each company’s individual goals and brand whilemeeting consumer needs.
Prior to working at WestRock, Abby studied architecture and designat the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. Whileattending MICA, she was an instructor with the college’s community artsprogram, an instructor at the American Visionary Art Museum, and aninstructor at Baltimore Clayworks, where she coordinated the ceramicmural at Jubilee Arts Center as well as other murals with the Rebuildingthrough Art Project. In 2014, Abby transferred to the Rochester Instituteof Technology to pursue a degree in industrial design. While there,she served as the Marketing and Communications Coordinator at theuniversity’s Sustainability Office and as the Vice President of Outspoken,a major student organization. She graduated in the spring of 2017 with aBachelor of Fine Arts degree in industrial design and a minor in packagingscience.In her little spare time she enjoys woodworking, biking, and experimentingin the kitchen.