Design for 3D Print L6
QQI Architectural Technology and Design, Level 6, Code 6M4989
This course has been designed to meet labour market needs due to the increased demand for 3D Designers and Printers in architectural, manufacturing, design, and printing areas.
The core technology of 3D printing isn’t new. The first 3D printed part will be 30 years old next year. However the technology whereby a 3D printer takes a digital file and turns it into a physical object. Undoubtedly it is a revolutionary approach in the production of products whereby manufacturing companies will change radically.
It is precisely within this labour market demand for up skilling and acquisition of design and software skills that this course is designed. The application of general principles of drawing practice, drawing standards and generate new and constructive ideas. CAD software such as Sketch UP, Revit and 3D Studio Max are essential software skills.
QQI Level 5 Award in Design or in a related area is required
One-year full time
|N32867||3D Design Materials|
|A30222||Architectural Drawing and Presentation|
|6M4989||Architectural Model Making|
|6M4989||Building Technology and Design|
|A20012||Computer Aided Draughting|
Participants will be required to undertake 10 days of work placement in a relevant location. The College will assist participants in identifying suitable placements.
Education Progression Opportunities
QQI Level 6 awards may have advanced entry options into some Higher Education Institutions
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Crafts-based ‘designer-makers’ create products that bring together art, form and functionality for commercial purposes.
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