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Monday, October 8 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Using Mathematica for 3D Printing LIMITED

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Many academics use Mathematica as a primary design tool for 3D figures and graphics. These designs are often very valuable for their illustrative purposes as physical 3D objects — not just as renders on the screen. In recent years, Mathematica has starting building 3D printing formats into it’s repertoire. However, some designers still miss the control offered by traditional CAD programs. This workshop will be a hands-on approach designing and exporting 3D printing-ready designs. We will learn about the native Mathematica 3D graphics format and how to access graphical data from within 3D objects. This will enable us to write scripts to control every aspect of the 3D mesh and, therefore, the 3D print. We will learn to create STLs and write our own OBJs. Please come prepared with Mathematica installed on your laptop.

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Sabetta Matsumoto

Assistant Professor, Georgia Tech
Elisabetta Matsumoto is an assistant professor in the School of Physics at Georgia Institute of Technology. Her physics research centers around the relationship between geometry and material properties in soft systems, including liquid crystals, 3D printing and textiles. She is also... Read More →

Monday October 8, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
MRDC #4211