Rapid 3D Fabrication with Vectorworks Subdivision Modeling
Recorded on Aug 10, 2016
Vectorworks Architect 2017 — USB version
has introduced a new and powerful tool called Subdivision Modeling. Similar to the ease of modeling with clay, the Subdivision Modeling tool allows anyone to quickly model seemingly complicated 3D organic forms in a digital interface at-scale. The power of the Vectorworks platform allows for easy export to fabrication-ready file formats including .STL, .STEP, and many more. Learn how to send your concepts and creations, same day, to a myriad of rapid prototyping and production processes including: additive 3D printing, laser cutting, and CNC subtractive methods. This session is designed to introduce you to the concept of subdivision modeling, and the options available to bring your concept into the tangible world at any scale.
The webinar is free and lasts about one hour, including the Q&A session.
Who is Presenting the Webinar
is Founder, Creative Director + BIM Expert at Tangably.com Tangably is a resource to designers and creative studios who are looking to maximize their use of design software through skills workshops, training, and consulting.
For more than 16 years, Jacob Dale has designed and managed projects in architecture, construction, real estate development, and entertainment design using Vectorworks and other leading design software.
Jacob is scheduled to present at Live Design International 2016 in Las Vegas in October. He was also a recent guest presenter at the 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit in Chicago, the 2016 AIA Convention in Philadelphia, and the 2016 Architectural Record Innovation Conference in San Francisco. Jacob leads the Vectorworks User Groups in New York City, San Francisco, and Santa Monica.
Anyone, professional or hobbyist, that is looking to create 3D concepts in the digital world with the intention to make them tangible creations in the real-world.
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