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Industrial Design Courses

Materials + Processes

Course No. IND 239  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Adrian Slattery

This course provides an overview of contemporary manufacturing methods used in industry, in addition to the material selections used to support them. Lectures will provide an overview of the generally accepted design practices for selected manufacturing processes and materials, along with a framework to make cost-based decisions for selecting a specific process. Each student is required to disassemble and evaluate the manufacturing methods used in an electro-mechanical consumer device and attend factory visits. Each class will include lectures and exercises, and will be supplemented with assigned readings and regular performance opportunities. Offered sophomore fall.

Materials + Processes

Course No. IND 240  Credits: 1.5

Continuation of fall semester. This course provides an overview of contemporary manufacturing methods used in industry, in addition to the material selections used to support them. Lectures will provide an overview of the generally accepted design practices for selected manufacturing processes and materials, along with a framework to make cost-based decisions for selecting a specific process. Each student is required to disassemble and evaluate the manufacturing methods used in an electro-mechanical consumer device and attend factory visits. Each class will include lectures and exercises, and will be supplemented with assigned readings and regular performance opportunities. Offered sophomore spring.

CIA grad, CWRU students make a splash with water-saving invention

CIA grad, CWRU students make a splash with water-saving invention

CIA Industrial Design grad Andrew Schad '13 already has a job at Chrysler, but the product he invented as a student, along with two CWRU engineering majors, is making a splash and attracting investors.

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Haishan Deng

Associate Professor

Haishan Deng comes to CIA from the School of Industrial Design at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (GAFA) in Chi...more

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