This is truly a CAD technician’s course for working professional jewellers! Using Gemvision Matrix, this course is designed to turn those with basic drawing and jewellery bench skills into professional quality jewellery CAD technicians. A progression from the BAJ Beginner Matrix CAD Intensive course.
Topics covered to include:
- Review of Solid modelling techniques in Matrix
- Design Research and Development Process, Including Planning and Legal Standards
- Learning surface editing, including Inlay, Filigree, and surface sculpting tools
- Learning T-Splines organic modelling plug-in
- Advanced rendering techniques with Matrix
Who should take this course?
- Working professionals or students who have already completed the Beginner Matrix CAD course or have equivalent experience in either Rhino CAD or Matrix
- Industry professionals and working jewellers wishing to fill gaps in knowledge.
- University graduates wishing to continue and refine their studies in CAD for jewellery design.
Level: Intermediate (with proven experience of jewellery manufacturing, design and some CAD)
- Minimum level of knowledge in using a PC including the ability to easily create and manage multiple folders in Windows, send an e-mail with an attachment and be able to Copy and Paste text in Microsoft Word.
- Completion of the BAJ Level 4 Jewellery Manufacturing Diploma, or proof of equivalent or better knowledge of design drawing, jewellery manufacturing, and wax carving.
- Completion of the BAJ Beginner Matrix course, or proof of equivalent or better knowledge in the subject.
Course Length: June 4th – July 31st, excluding the weeks of June 25th and 2 days, July 17th and 24th. Mondays and Tuesdays only 9:30 – 17:00.
Course Fee: £2500
Successful completion of this course earns the student a British Academy of Jewellery Official Certificate of Completion.
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