3D printing is revolutionizing the textile and fashion industries. Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), an additive manufacturing technique that uses a high power to fuse small particles of material into a desired shape, can print integrated connections between design elements resulting in parts that drape and flow like fabric. Using the world’s most versatile modeler, Rhino3D, this hands-on lab will cover the fundamentals for creating, manipulating, and transforming geometry as well as the process for preparing a textile model for 3D Printing.
About this Workshop
Interior designers, architects, designers, manufacturers, and anyone who is interested in exploring the revolutionary world of bespoke 3D printed textiles
What are 3D Printed Textiles?
How can I model interlocking elements?
Using Rhino3D to create and prepare a digital model for 3D Printing.
Credit on Shapeways to print your own design.
Francis Bitonti | Francis Bitonti Studio
If you would like to follow along with the delivered content, please bring a laptop with the following software installed:
Rhino 5.0 – Evaluation or Service Release 3
This workshop includes 2 AIA Continuing Education Units.
AIA CEU Credits
Submission forms will be made available at the event.