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e-Learning Course – Using Parametric Smart Objects to Design Jewellery

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Learn to use 3D printing software to design and create your own pendants, charms, earrings, rings and bracelets with our FREE Fluid Designer for 3D Printing software which we have helped develop.

If you want to be in the jewellery trade as a designer and seller of modern jewellery or you simply want to create designs for yourself and your family then you should be learning how to create your own designs using apps such as Fluid Designer for 3D Printing.

Learn how to create complex curves quickly and easily (drag-and-drop) to generate 3D objects that can then be printed in plastic, steel or silver & gold.

This e-learning courses includes a range of learning materials including 65 step-by-step videos as well as paper based materials all of which are accessed through our online learning centre at www.fluiddesigner.co.uk/moodle/.

This is an example of what one of our students, Walt, created half way through the course:

The course covers lessons on using Nurbs Curves to create:

  1. Bracelets
  2. Charms
  3. Earrings
  4. Pendants
  5. Rings

N.B. You will not need to purchase any specialist equipment to create your own designs as you can simply go to an online 3D Printer such as Shapeways to get your jewellery made at reasonable prices for most items, e.g. Rings are typically £35 in Premium Silver.

Once you have enrolled on the course we suggest that you register with your own Username and Password at the centre. We will then complete your registration and email you when you can access the course.

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Learn how to make a personalised ring.

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