Alias Modeling POLI.design

The course is aimed at all those with an interest or need to learn how to make digital models with Autodesk Alias software, and is available even without prior experience in the field of digital modeling. The course will address typical issues of the project design and will discuss the possibility of integration with new technologies of quick production. The course aims to provide the methodologies and tools of digital modeling for three-dimensional surfaces in the field of Industrial Design. The course is aimed at graduates, students and professionals of design disciplines.

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The course will be held in English. 

Start: February 24th 2020

End: March 19th 2020

The course aims to provide the methodologies and tools of digital modeling for three-dimensional surfaces in the field of Industrial Design. The course is aimed at graduates, students and professionals of design disciplines.

 Application Before attending this course you need a basic computer knowledge (file management) and a good understanding of Descriptive Geometry (especially of orthogonal projections).

Timing

The course lasts 32 hours.

Lessons include alternation between communications of the teacher and practical training.

Cost of the master: 700 VAT excluded
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