Csci 333: Digital Design and 3D Printing
Computer & Information Science
This course introduces the principles and methods for computer-aided design of objects that can be rendered effectively on 3D printers. It surveys the design techniques and the hardware and software technologies in 3D printing workflows. Students create designs and render them on 3D printers.
- Engineering students only.
- Prerequisite: Csci 211 or CIS 211 or Csci 251 or CIS 251 or Csci 256.
- Lecture: Lecture for Csci 333
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