Product Design: From Modeling to 3D Printing

A course by Agustín Arroyo , Designer and Maker

Designer and Maker. Madrid, Spain.
Joined July 2019

Learn how to give shape to your ideas by digitally modeling and 3D printing products from a commercial perspective

  • English, Spanish
  • 99% positive reviews (113)
  • 7468 students

Learn how to give shape to your ideas by digitally modeling and 3D printing products from a commercial perspective

A course by Agustín Arroyo

Want to learn how to shape your ideas and bring them to life as a 3D-printed product? Make it happen with product designer Agustín Arroyo, better known in the maker world as Flowalistik. He's collaborated with companies like Ultimaker, BCN3D, and Prusa Printers, creating end products, promo collections, and new designs.

In his previous courses, Agustín provides an Introduction to 3D Design and Printing and covers the ins and outs of 3D Printing and Design for Architecture Models. In this course, he takes things one step further and teaches you how to use 3D modeling programs for product fabrication and select the best materials based on their intended use and desired look. By the end, you'll know how to design and 3D print your own one-of-a-kind product, taking a business-oriented approach to the process.

Read more ↓

What will you learn in this online course?

18 lessons & 19 downloads

English, Spanish
  • 99% positive reviews (113)
  • 7468 students
  • 18 lessons (3h 16m)
  • 19 additional resources (5 files)
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Available on the app
  • Audio: English, Spanish
  • Spanish, English, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Polish, Dutch
  • Level: Beginner
  • Unlimited access forever

What is this course's project?

Design and 3D print a customizable lamp, accessory, or product, and explore different options for selling what you've created.

Projects by course students

Who is this online course for?

Industrial designers, engineers, or anyone interested in the world of 3D printing who wants to learn how to create their own commercial products using the latest technology.

Requirements and materials

Basic notions of 3D modeling in Autodesk Fusion 360 are recommended for this course, which you can learn alongside Agustín in Introduction to 3D Design and Printing, but are not essential.

As for materials, you need a computer, Windows or Mac, as well as the programs Autodesk Fusion 360 and Ultimaker Cura (for preparing your pieces before 3D printing them), both of which you can download for free. You also need access to a 3D printer, either your own or through a 3D printing service, and printing materials, which will depend on your final project.


Reviews

7468 Students
113 Reviews
99% Positive ratings

Agustín Arroyo

A course by Agustín Arroyo

Teacher Plus
Designer and Maker

Agustín Arroyo, better known in the maker world as Flowalistik, is a product designer and educator who currently lives in Madrid, Spain. He's been passionate about creating new products since he was young; what he used to do with Legos, he now does with a computer and a 3D printer.

He's been working in digital manufacturing since 2013 and his creations are characterized by minimalist shapes, attention to detail, and, above all, functionality. He's collaborated with companies like Ultimaker, BCN3D, and Prusa Printers, creating end products, promo collections, and new designs. Most of his designs are free for download, meaning anyone with access to a 3D printer can make them.


Content

  • U1

    Introduction

    • About Me
    • Influences
  • U2

    Planning of the idea and design

    • Business design and idea
    • Sketch Design in Autodesk Fusion 360 1
    • Sketch Design in Autodesk Fusion 360 2
    • Product Design in Autodesk Fusion 360 1
    • Product Design in Autodesk Fusion 360 2
    • Product Customization in Autodesk Fusion 360 1
    • Product Customization in Autodesk Fusion 360 2
  • U3

    Product Manufacturing

    • Preparation of manufacturing files
    • Choice of 3D printing material
    • Advanced laminate in Ultimaker Cura 1
    • Advanced laminate in Ultimaker Cura 2
    • 3D printing and assembly
  • U4

    Marketing of the 3D printed product

    • Rendering in Autodesk Fusion 360 1
    • Rendering in Autodesk Fusion 360 2
    • How to calculate the price of a 3D print
    • Ways to market a 3D printed product
  • FP

    Final project

    • Product Design: From Modeling to 3D Printing

What to expect from a Domestika course

  • Learn at your own pace

    Enjoy learning from home without a set schedule and with an easy-to-follow method. You set your own pace.

  • Learn from the best professionals

    Learn valuable methods and techniques explained by top experts in the creative sector.

  • Meet expert teachers

    Each expert teaches what they do best, with clear guidelines, true passion, and professional insight in every lesson.

  • Certificates
    Plus

    If you're a Plus member, get a custom certificate signed by your teacher for every course. Share it on your portfolio, social media, or wherever you like.

  • Get front-row seats

    Videos of the highest quality, so you don't miss a single detail. With unlimited access, you can watch them as many times as you need to perfect your technique.

  • Share knowledge and ideas

    Ask questions, request feedback, or offer solutions. Share your learning experience with other students in the community who are as passionate about creativity as you are.

  • Connect with a global creative community

    The community is home to millions of people from around the world who are curious and passionate about exploring and expressing their creativity.

  • Watch professionally produced courses

    Domestika curates its teacher roster and produces every course in-house to ensure a high-quality online learning experience.


FAQs

Domestika's courses are online classes that provide you with the tools and skills you need to complete a specific project. Every step of the project combines video lessons with complementary instructional material, so you can learn by doing. Domestika's courses also allow you to share your own projects with the teacher and with other students, creating a dynamic course community.

All courses are 100% online, so once they're published, courses start and finish whenever you want. You set the pace of the class. You can go back to review what interests you most and skip what you already know, ask questions, answer questions, share your projects, and more.

The courses are divided into different units. Each one includes lessons, informational text, tasks, and practice exercises to help you carry out your project step by step, with additional complementary resources and downloads. You'll also have access to an exclusive forum where you can interact with the teacher and with other students, as well as share your work and your course project, creating a community around the course.

You can redeem the course you received by accessing the redeeming page and entering your gift code.

If you're a Plus member, when you complete a course you've purchased, you'll instantly get your personalized certificate. You can see all your certificates in the Certificates section of your profile. You can download your certificates as PDFs and share the link online. Learn more about certificates.
Product Design: From Modeling to 3D Printing. 3D, and Animation course by Agustín Arroyo

Product Design: From Modeling to 3D Printing

A course by Agustín Arroyo
Designer and Maker. Madrid, Spain.
Joined July 2019
  • 99% positive reviews (113)
  • 7468 students