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In addition to our certificate, diploma and degree programs, the Wilson School of Design provides relevant, quality educational programming for a variety of learners. Our courses are taught by our qualified faculty and industry professionals. We offer a range of courses, workshops, seminars and programs of study to help you achieve your goals.

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FSDP 9021 - Introduction to Laser Cutting & 3D Printing – Wilson School of Design, KPU Richmond Campus


Learn the basics of Laser Cutting and 3D Printing in this condensed 1 day course for all interested students, industry, and community members. Our experienced faculty will show you how to set up your files, how to prep the machines, and provide demos on a variety of materials. You will be given time to test your own materials and create your own files (you can even bring in a file ready to go to test) for a hands on approach to learning this technical and innovative machinery. A basic understanding of Adobe Illustrator is an asset, programs used will be Adobe Illustrator and Rhino (3D Printing)

Date: Saturday, February 16, 2018
Time: 8:30am-3:20pm
Cost: $75.00 + GST CRN 60146
Instructor: Victor Martinez

Wilson School of Design, Richmond Campus, Rooms 3980, 0961
5600 Kwantlen Street, Richmond, BC

 

FSDP 9022 - Introduction to Specialty Machinery – Wilson School of Design, KPU Richmond Campus

 
Seam Sealers, Ultrasonic Welders, Heat Presses, oh my! Explore all of the innovative Specialty Machinery at the Wilson School of Design in this condensed 1 day introductory course. Our experienced faculty will be providing demos on a variety of the more advanced technology in our production labs, such as:

• Seam Sealer
• Thermowelder (Double Welder) 
• Ultrasonic Welder
• Heat/Cool Press

You will be given the opportunity to test all of the machinery and create samples to bring home. Students are encouraged to bring in their own ideas and materials to test, all other materials will be provided.
Prerequisites: Basic sewing skills an asset

Date: Saturday, February 23, 2018
Time: 8:30am-3:20pm
Cost: $150.00 + GST CRN 60158
Instructor: Lindsay Norris

Wilson School of Design, Richmond Campus, Rooms 3980
5600 Kwantlen Street, Richmond, BC

 

 


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Friday September 28 - Monday December 31 - FSDP 9920 | Open Lab: Freshtec


Registered students will have access to designated labs in the school of design for individual and group project work. Training level on all specialty machinery must be reviewed in order for use of any machine, and all policies and procedures of the School of Design and its labs must be strictly adhered to.

If you have not been trained on a machine (laser cutter, 3D printer, etc) but would like access, you will be required to pay for training. All materials must be supplied by the student, no materials will be provided except thread(fabric, paper, notions, feet + bobbins, tools will not be provided, must be brought in by student). Machine maintenance will be taken care of after-hours or during select hours of work, and on-demand help will not be provided as this is independently driven work.
Students must present valid student ID card to gain entry to this course as rooms will be restricted to only those who have registered.

Cost: $210.00 + GST CRN 80251
Instructor: TBA

8:00 am - 9:20 pm WEEKDAYS ONLY

Wilson School of Design, Richmond Campus, Rooms 0965, 4940
5600 Kwantlen Street, Richmond, BC


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