Compter aided design (CAD) summer camp

Learn to Create with CAD

Computer-aided design (CAD) is a technology that allows students to create and design their own digital models using specialized software. With CAD, campers can bring their imaginations to life by creating 3D models of anything they can imagine using a 3D printer, from toys to houses to robots.

By using a computer and mouse, students can easily manipulate the shapes and details of their designs, making changes and improvements along the way. Whether they want to become engineers, architects, or product designers, CAD gives students the opportunity to explore their creative side and learn valuable technical skills that will serve them well in the future.

Overall, 3D models are valuable tools for visualization, communication, and design, allowing users to see and interact with their designs in a way that is not possible with traditional 2D drawings.

What Children Would Learn

  • Introduction to CAD
  • Manipulating shapes, editing lines, use of grids,
  • Simple and complex models
  • Tools like loft, revolve, trim, etc.
  • Technical specifications.
  • Design statement
  • File formats for CAD
  • Custom design challenge