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Summer at Woodstock – 3D Printing

Learn 3D Printing and Making

Crafting is learning by making. The word Craft is often limited to hand crafting. However, Crafting can be extremely precise and much faster through machines. In the era of Digital revolution, design thinking and making is a seamless process driven by computer numeric control (CNC) machines. 3D printing is one such method which help us make desired objects by adding material precisely where it needs hence minimise wastage unlike traditional sculpting methods where a large stock of material is removed to get desired object.


The workshop will teach participants designing and making by 3D printing. Students will learn software to design/model in 3D and print using a 3D printer in plastic. They will be guided to think about making larger whole by connecting smaller objects (components/units/parts) using these methods. In the end they will assemble an art installation by connecting the 3D printed objects (components).


Who should take this course?

It’s hands on experience, so those who are enthusiastic about designing and making.


How will participants be different when they’ve completed this course? What skills or knowledge will they have gained?

The participants learn to externalise ideas in physical world. One, They would have acquired knowledge of software and skills required to think different from traditional sculpting methods. Second, they would have gained hands on experience of making their ideas.


Why is your experience so relevant for this course?

I am conducting Digital Crafts workshop since 2013 and have expertise in Computational Design and Digital Fabrication for 10 years.

Age Range: 14-18

Course Timings: 50 hours of instruction


Urvi Sheth

Urvi Sheth is passionate about mixing technology and crafts to create sensorial spaces. She is truly Glocal – global in approach – computational design, digital fabrication and regional/local in execution – using regional craftsmanship. She is also the Founder & Creative director of Craft Quest since its inception in 2010. She is Director, Workshops and Exhibitions at CEPT University and is visiting faculty at National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad. She completed her postgraduate in Architecture from Hyperbody at Technical University, Delft, the Netherlands and is giving back to society by mentoring national innovation competitions and facilitating at workshops/creating learning experiences by foreign nations.