Oct.19, 2012

FabClay is a 3D ceramic printing project launched by barcelona-based Sasha Jokic (Serbia), Starsk Lara (Colombia) and Nasim Fashami (Iran) aiming to explore a new digital fabrication system. It is a robotic additive manufacturing processes using industrial a Kuka robot and new 3D printing technology.

The research is being conducted at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) in Barcelona at Digital Tectonics course.

It has started with traditional methods of building with simple and accessible materials and continuing on expanding the connections between architecture and new technology.

Many complex shapes can be made through digital design process and 3D printing technology. Material's properties and its communication with machines helps to develop prototypes in terms of scale, form and function.


diagram of the nozzle and pressure of the air extruding methods

(Images credit: FabClay & Iaacblog)

Source: Designboom


Posted in 3D Printers



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Pablo wrote at 4/27/2017 12:29:53 PM:

Hi! I am doing my bachelor degree in something related with 3d printing using a KUKA robot. Could I ask which 3d printing software did you use for this project? My mail is a903916@alumni.tecnun.es Thanks in advance, Pablo, San Sebastian, Spain

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