Certificate Course | Additive & Subtractive Manufacturing

Course Overview

Offered by: School of Architecture

Additive & Subtractive Manufacturing is commonly known as Digital Fabrication. This course enables students to learn more about this concept, as it is imperative for designers, architects, engineers and makers to be familiar with latest techniques of fabrication using digital tools.

The Digital Fabrication course highlights upon Laser Cutting & Engraving, 3D Printing and CNC Routing. Students will also learn about machine software such as RD Works that is used for Laser Cutting operations, Repetier used for 3D printing and Multi CNC used for CNC Router.

Career Opportunities

  • Architecture and design firms.
  • Makerspaces
  • Laser cutting and engraving centres
  • Fabrication units
  • Model makers
  • Entrepreneurs

Programme Duration

2 months


December – January
June – July

Programme Type

Full-time / Part-time

Eligibility Criteria

Candidate who has passed SSLC/10th Grade/Any equivalent examination from a recognised Board/Institution.