Online digital fabrication course offered this summer from UNT, open to all

distance learning course from University of Northern Texas

Professor James Thurman of UNT will be teaching an online course on digital fabrication this summer that will guide students through the creation of laser-cut and 3D printed projects.

No prior experience with digital fabrication is required, but students should be comfortable with at least one vector design software (eg Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape) and one 3D design software (eg SketchUp).

The course is 13 weeks long, from Monday, May 13th to Thursday, August 8th. Enrollment is open to anyone but is limited to 40 people.

For more information and photos from projects from last year, check out the course Facebook page.

If you’re interested in registering for the course, email james[dot]thurman[at]unt[dot]edu

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4 Responses to “Online digital fabrication course offered this summer from UNT, open to all”

  1. James Thurman Says:

    To see examples of previous student work and learn more about the course, please visit:
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/UNTdigifab/?fref=ts

    Anyone interested in taking the course will have to register to be a student at University of North Texas. Please visit:
    http://www.untecampus.com/default.php

    And please feel free to email me with any questions. I believe registration begins April 1.

    Thanks again to all the Ponoko folks for spreading the word!

  2. Deb Chase Says:

    Looking forward to the course!

  3. Cindee Kueny Says:

    I’d love to take the class. Do I have to actually apply for admission to UNT? Can I take the course as emeritus or visiting student or something? CK

  4. Kristen Turner Says:

    Hi Cindee, you should contact James whose email is at the bottom of the post. He would be able to give you all the details and help you register.