For the first in a series of artist workshops taking place this year, jotta joins forces with pioneering creative 3D technology and production company Inition to bring you an indepth insight into how 3D printing works and how it can be used across art and design disciplines. Taking place on February 16th in East London, the workshop is absolutely FREE but places are very limited. So get in fast.
jotta is pleased to be announcing that it is teaming up with Inition to bring you a workshop session on 3D printing. Formed in 2001, Inition is a pioneering creative 3D technology and production company. Specialising in experiential 3D production, 3D technology sales and creative services including 3D filming, 3D printing and 3D scanning.
The session will include:
- A demonstration of the ZPrinter 450, how it works, the processes involved and what it can produce.
- A discussion on how 3D printing has influenced and developed traditional craftsmanship methods, and how 3D printing can be used in architectural model making, art and design, and sculptural/ engineering prototyping.
- An examination of the contemporary developments of 3D printing technologies and supporting software tools.
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Just in case you've not encountered it before, what is 3D printing?
3D printing is a form of rapid prototyping that can produce physical objects direct from 3-dimensional CAD data. The process works by ‘slicing’ the data geometry into many 2-dimensional cross section layers, and re-constructing them successively within the printer. When the part is fully developed it is removed from the printer and post processed to remove its dedicated support material.