3D Scanning, 3D Modeling, 3D Printing
- September 2, 2014
- Posted by: Daniel Brown
- Category: SketchUp Training
This semester at Harcum, I will be assisting one of my students, Elly Ball, in an independent study. The course will look into various new and advanced technologies that are reshaping the way designers gather data, design, and present their work.
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[av_one_full first av_uid=’av-8loke’]Last week, we began by 3D scanning the library space at Harcum College. In the next coming weeks, Elly will take the 3D scanning data and 3D model the space using the Trimble Scan Explorer Extension for SketchUp. Lastly, she’ll 3D print a scale model of the space. I’m really excited to see the process and explore the use of the various technologies within my own workflow.[/av_one_full]