Robotic 3-D Printing with "Undo"


As Dezeen reported this week, Brian Harms, a masters student at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-arc) in Los Angeles, with a team of colleagues has developed a method of using a robotic arm to 3-D print objects in a tank of gel, allowing freeform printing without the need for support structures and potentially adding an “undo” function to remove errors.

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Posted Jul 29, 2013 by Bob McNeel on Rhino News, etc.