Course DescriptionDevelop an understanding of product design and industrial design drafting techniques. Learn methods of representation, communication, idea generation, development of form, and perspective ? from iteration in product design to final 3-D printing of a product's prototype. Incorporate various sketching techniques and translate technical drawings into prototype designs for 3-D printing. Complete the course with a 3-D model design ready for optional 3-D printing at Toronto Metropolitan University's 3-D Printing Lab. (Formerly 3-D Printing and Visualization)
It is recommended that students take CKCS 233 or have equivalent drawing experience prior to taking this course.
Students must own or have access to a tablet, tablet pen, and an external hard drive.
Supplies to be purchased by the student: Students are required to purchase drawing materials.
- 3-D Printing, Visualization, and Agile Product Prototyping : Required Courses (select 4)
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) : Electives (select 2)