ART 333 is a technical elective teaching 3d modeling and techniques in digital and analog fabrication. Students learn how to build models in Rhino 3d and export those models to digital fabrication tools including: a 3d printer and 3-axis CNC router. ART 333 relies heavily on software but the focus is physical object making. Assignments focus on project planning, problem solving and material tectonics. ART 333 is designed for art majors but is open to all undergraduates without prerequisite.