Digital fabrication is a style of manufacturing where digital designs are formed by computer controlled machines. Common forms of digital fabrication are:
Laser Cutting: where materials like wood and acrylic are cut or etched by a laser beam
3D Printing: where models are built in layers from various materials
CNC Machining: where designs are cut from sheet materials and then assembled.
In this thrilling introduction to personal digital fabrication participants will have an opportunity to see these machines in action up close and also get to work on a personalised design that they can take home at the end of the session.