Kadenze: Molten metals: Designing for Production

 with  Helen Maria Nugent
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University of Technology Sydney via Open Learning

This course introduces the student to the history and techniques of creating objects from hot metals. Techniques include the 3000 year old lost-wax (cire-perdue) method, sand casting methods dating back over 5000 years, and others. Finishing techniques covered include drag and flash removal, surface cleaning and polishing, and others.


Session 1: Production Method 1: Lost Wax – Case Study 
Session 2: Production Method 2: Sand Casting – Case Study 
Session 3: Production Method 3: Experimental Approaches 
Session 4: Production Method 4: Finishing Techniques 
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Cost $900
Pace Upcoming
Subject Art & Design
Provider Kadenze
Language English
Certificates Paid Certificate Available

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