Design and art students develop models, moulds and prototypes of their designs at the study workshop for plastics in close cooperation with the wood and metal workshops at the Kunsthochschule.
One-week seminars are available to get to know how to work with plastics. These communicate craftsmanship and industrial working techniques.
The course content mentioned above is also communicated in the form of design tasks, where students get to know the material properties of different plastics ranging from the design stage to constructing the mould and even producing the plastic parts.
Individual support is also available for degree projects and other project work in addition to this one-week seminar.
Machinery is available for practical tasks that involve processing plastic semi-finished products with or without cutting; these procedures are familiar from metal processing. Specific plastics machines like vacuum thermoforming machines, an injection moulding machine, a thermal edging machine, etc. supplement the work facilities that are available.
Nach dem Abitur und dem Wehrdienst bei der Bundeswehr absolvierte Ulrich Scholz eine handwerkliche
Ausbildung im Tischlerhandwerk und arbeitete als Tischlergeselle, bevor er das Studium des Produktdesigns aufnahm. Dieses more…
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