Jim Leake 309TB 244-0401 email@example.com
David Wightman 139C A&D 333-0855 firstname.lastname@example.org
Credit: Three hours
In the first half of the course students are introduced to a variety of design tools, including cloud-based, freeform CAD for modeling and design collaboration, 3D printing, 3D scanning and scan data processing, simulation for design engineers, and rendering and animation. Working in teams, students then use these digital prototyping tools to design and prototype a medical product or device.
The Art of Product Design: Changing How Things Get Made, by Hardi Meybaum, Wiley, 2014
|Autodesk Fusion 360||Dimension SST 1200 3D printer|
|Geomagic Design X||Autodesk Ember DLP SLA 3D printer|
|SketchBook Pro||Z Corp 700 laser scanner|
|KeyShot, Showcase||Wacom Cintiq 21ux interactive pen display|
|ANSYS Workbench 15||iPad Airs (15)|
|Alias & Rhinoceros||HP T1100ps 44″ DesignJet Printer|
|Inventor, SolidWorks, Pro/E||Collaboration tables (4)|
|Fusion/other assignments (5)||15%|
|Digital shape sampling and processing projects (2) (in pairs)||10%|
|Paper (on The Art of Product Design)||5%|
|Self-reflection journal (design project collaboration)||5%|
|Product design project (team)||50%|
1. Expand upon existing CAD skills using parametric and direct solid modeling.
2. Use T-Splines to develop sculpted, watertight geometry.
3. Understand the various capabilities and weaknesses of parametric solid, direct solid, NURBS, and T-Splines modeling.
4. Gain hands-on experience using 3D printing and 3D scanning.
5. Gain experience using digital prototyping tools used for visualization and simulation.
6. Promote multidisciplinary collaboration between engineering and industrial design.
7. Use cloud-based 3D CAD for collaboration.