Modelling Behaviour for Distributed Additive Manufacturing

@inproceedings{Royo2015ModellingBF,
  title={Modelling Behaviour for Distributed Additive Manufacturing},
  author={Jorge Dur{\'o} Royo and Laia Mogas Soldevila and Markus Aurel Rasmus Kayser and Neri Oxman},
  year={2015}
}
Distributed forms of construction in the biological world are characterized by the ability to generate complex adaptable large-scale structures with tunable properties. In contrast, state-of-the-art digital construction platforms in design lack such abilities. This is mainly due to limitations associated with fixed and inflexible gantry sizes as well as challenges associated with achieving additively manufacturing constructs that are at once structurally sound and materially tunable. To tackle… CONTINUE READING
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