Computer Science 285

Title Solid Free-Form Modeling and Fabrication
Units 3
Prerequisites 184.
Description From shape design to computer-based descriptions suitable for manufacturing or rapid prototyping. Solid modeling techniques and procedural shape generation. Effective data structures and unambiguous part description formats. Algorithms for dealing with Boolean operations and for machine tool path planning. Problems of finite-precision geometry and machining tolerances. Introduction to some rapid prototyping techniques based on Solid Free-Form Fabrication and NC machining. Other advanced topics and recent developments in the field.
Sections Instructor Teaching Effectiveness How worthwhile was this course?
Fall 2011 Carlo H. Sequin 6.4 / 7 5.9 / 7
Fall 2007 Carlo H. Sequin 6.9 / 7 6.6 / 7
Spring 2006 Carlo H. Sequin 6.6 / 7 6.3 / 7
Spring 2002 Carlo H. Sequin 6.8 / 7 6.2 / 7
Spring 2000 Carlo H. Sequin 5.7 / 7 5.3 / 7
Fall 1997 Carlo H. Sequin 5.8 / 7 4.9 / 7
Fall 1994 Carlo H. Sequin 5.8 / 7 4.9 / 7
Fall 1992 Carlo H. Sequin 6.5 / 7 6.2 / 7
Spring 1991 Carlo H. Sequin 6.7 / 7 6.0 / 7
Spring 1989 Carlo H. Sequin 6.1 / 7 5.4 / 7
Overall Rating Teaching Effectiveness How worthwhile was this course?
6.3 / 7 5.8 / 7
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