beginning on october 23, 2010, MASS MoCA in north adams massachusetts, will be showing fredrico diaz’s ‘geometric death frequency—141’, a sculpture made from 420,000 black spheres made and assembled by robotics.
Smithsonian (blog) The Drones of the Future May Build Skyscrapers Smithsonian (blog) Created as an installation for the FRAC Centre in Orléans, France in early 2012, the project models a speculative construction system that integrates robotics,...
Fascinating conceptual architecture problem that might well be possible to implement thanks to 3D printers, from 3Ders: Dutch architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars (39) from Universe Architecture in Amsterdam designed a one-piece building which will be...
"Iris van Herpen has once again taken 3D Printed fashion to new heights with her latest Paris Haute Couture show: Voltage. In this video, you will see the "making of" one her latest printed designs; created in collaboration with Austrian architect Julia Koerner and 3D printed by Materialise."
Laser machine tools can help speed product development cycles for a range of materials.
As product lifecycles shrink, there is increasing pressure on research and engineering personnel to speed the new product development cycle. A variety of technologies, from traditional CNC machining to waterjets and 3D printing, are now widely employed to enable the quick creation of 3D prototype parts directly from computer-aided design (CAD) files.
Laser machine tools are becoming another important tool in this arsenal, as they can process a wide variety of materials with high precision, repeatability, and speed, and are also relatively inexpensive to operate. Otherlab, San Francisco, is a small research and development firm that specializes in creating prototype solutions to problems that are computationally complex. One of the fabrication techniques they employ is a laser-based machine tool.
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