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William Tracey

Operations Manager
Facilities
College of Art and Design

William Tracey

Operations Manager
Facilities
College of Art and Design

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IDDE-359
3 Credits
This course will provide students with an introduction to the application of various additive and subtractive fabrication methodologies, techniques and technologies.
CWFD-530
3 Credits
This is a class designed for non-majors, covering a fundamental introduction to techniques and aesthetics of woodworking. Topics covered include the use of select hand tools and woodworking power tools, wood as a material, its basic properties and fundamental processes of wood fabrication. The course includes a prescribed project based on five in-class contact hours. **Fee: There is a lab fee required for this course**

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