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Mark McCollough Rapid Prototyping
The audio of Michael Dobry's introduction is not clear. Mark McCollough describes describes the rapid prototyping facilities at...
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The audio of Michael Dobry's introduction is not clear. Mark McCollough describes the rapid prototyping facilities at Art Center....
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Mark McCollough talks about the newest developments in 3D scanning, citing the body scanning employed by the movie industry....

Mark McCollough Rapid Prototyping

January 30, 1998 | Video Lecturer:
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The audio of Michael Dobry’s introduction is not clear. Mark McCollough describes describes the rapid prototyping facilities at Art Center. He discusses different rapic prototyping processes like fused deposition modeling (FDM), laser cutting, and CNC milling. McCollough demonstrates live how the CNC milling software works. Students approach the machine to watch it produce the prototype. He describes the process in detail, mentioning STL and IGS files, nurbs surfaces, vector tool paths, and the difference between 3- and 5-axis milling machines. SCI-Arc faculty and students are very impressed and ask McCollough to come back to SCI-Arc to do a workshop. They also discuss the cost of the software and machines.

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The audio of Michael Dobry’s introduction is not clear. Mark McCollough describes the rapid prototyping facilities at Art Center. He distinguishes the different rapid prototyping processes, like fused deposition modeling (FDM), laser cutting, or CNC milling. He presents a video about how models are created. The video is played in a television and cannot be seen clearly.


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January 30, 1998 | Video Lecturer:

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Mark McCollough talks about the newest developments in 3D scanning, citing the body scanning employed by the movie industry. McCollough demonstrates live how the CNC milling software works. Students approach the machine to watch it produce the prototype. He describes the process in detail, mentioning STL and IGS files, nurbs surfaces, vector tool paths, and the difference between 3- and 5-axis milling machines. SCI-Arc faculty and students are very impressed and ask McCollough to come back to SCI-Arc to do a workshop. They also discuss the cost of the software and machines.