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ARCH 537 – Fabrication

Description

Given Michigan's strong local histories in manufacturing, institutionalized making, and innovative delivery of design, this course develops a conceptual and historical lineage of tools, technologies, and techniques. Through lectures and focused lab assignments, the course explores a spectrum of practices, from past to near future, in prototyping, construction, fabrication, manufacturing, and assembly, and provides exposure to recent developments in prototyping and fabrications in the College.

Meets

Tue 1:00-4:00pm 2213 A&AB, CMYK, 1221 A&AB (BT Lab)

Faculty

Glenn Wilcox, Chris Humphrey, Charlie O'Geen

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