Are you ready to take your 3D design ideas to the next level? This course is suitable for anyone who does or would like to learn how to design, draw, use design software and build models.
You'll build your design skills and knowledge while undertaking hands-on projects that require you to take your ideas all the way from concept to prototype. Gain an insight into the specialist methods, skills and technologies used in the 3D design industry and turn your ideas into prototypes for individual or mass produced consumer products.
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Learn how to turn your 3D design ideas into real products
This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn 3D design, prototyping and presentation skills. You will gain essential product design skills and knowledge as you undertake a diverse range of hands-on 3D design projects.
You will be guided through the product design process, from client brief to finished product, developing your drawing, design and communication skills along the way. You will be introduced to digital design software as well as a variety of prototyping processes and materials which will enable you to turn your product ideas into reality.
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