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2013 Update:

fabulouslyfabricated.wordpress.com was the online, virtual home for students undertaking the RMIT Communications Elective “Fabulously Fabricated”, which ran for three consecutive semesters in 2010 and 2011.  The blog is inactive now but remains online as a reference and resource.  For enquiries please contact Jessica In injihyun[at]gmail.com.

fabFAB is an active, fast-paced, 3d-modeling and rapid prototyping (RP) communications elective for 2nd year Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) students at RMIT University.

Participants will be introduced to a range of RP technologies and techniques to test ideas about pattern, scale, structure and materiality.  Students will be using a range of 3d modeling software and parametric tools at a basic level to produce a series of fabricated models.

Subject coordinator + Tutor –  Jessica In.  Workshop Tutor – Andrew Thompson.

3 thoughts on “/// About

  1. Hi Guys,
    Great blogs and posts.
    Keep up the good work.

    Im an Industrial Designer and a lecturer of Rhino in Perth for Central Institute of Technology.
    Just interested in what type of RP machines you guys have at RMIT.

    • Hi Simon,

      Thanks for the comments, always good to get feedback from outside RMIT.

      re: RP machines the students have access to – we’ve got a couple of ZCorp printers, a 3 and 4 axis CAD/CAM, and Epilog laser cutters. We also have a range of 3d scanners (handheld and terrestrial) but this class won’t be using them.

      Jessica

  2. Hi Jess!
    This is Francesca from Italy, I attended your elective last year!
    I keep on following your blog even though I’m not in Melbourne anymore. I think the work you and your students are doing is great, and is getting better and better every year!
    Can’t wait to see next semester’s work!

    All the best,

    Francesca

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