18. Wildcard#

  • Author :Jun Kawahara (FabLab Kamakura)
  • Date created : 05/23/2019
  • modified: 05/25/2019 (Kai Naito)

Class site#

Class video#



Assignments & Goal#

Refer to Assessment page

:confused: Not yet updated for 2019 evaluation standards

Design and produce something with a digital fabrication process (incorporating computer-aided design and manufacturing) not covered in another assignment, documenting the requirements that your assignment meets, and including everything necessary to reproduce it. Possibilities include (but are not limited to) composites, textiles, biotechnology, robotics, folding, and cooking.

Learning outcomes:#

  • Demonstrate workflows used in the chosen process
  • Select and apply suitable materials and processes to create your project.

Have you:#

  • Shown how you made your project
  • Described problems and how you fixed them
  • Included your design files and ‘hero shot’ photos of the project


Can I make the assignment by hand?#

Answer: Although there can be manual processing steps, to count as digital fabrication the workflow should pass through design in a computer and some kind of automated output process. So programming the embroidery of circuits would count, but hand-stitching them wouldn’t.


連絡事項 Announcements#

  • final projects

    • https://finalprojects.fabacademy.org/#/schedule/2019
    • instructions
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  • schedule

  • Recitaion: May 27 events: Dina

    • FAB14: Romain di Vozzo
    • FAB15: Dina El-Zanfaly
    • FAB16: Monique Chartrand
    • FAB17: Tsewang
    • FAN: Saverio
    • Fab Festival: Adel++
    • Nordic: Frosti
    • Arab: Dina
    • platform, serving, apps: Fiore
  • Asia Regional Review:

    • on Tuesday 13:00-14:00 JST or 22:00-23:00 JST
    • video conference for meetings:
  • Class on Wednesday 9:00 EST, 23:00 JST