Interactive Fabrication

by Cheng @ 10:30 am 19 April 2010


‘Shaper’ is a prototype device that uses a three axis CNC machine to interactively dispense expanding foam material in an additive fabrication process. The device can be controlled directly via a translucent touch screen, allowing the user to look directly into the fabrication area and create physical artefacts with simple gestures.

At the Show: a 1m X 0.5 m space for the 3D printer, two tables by the side to place controlling computer and display printed objects, and a rubbish bin.

Also we’d need a cart to move the whole machine over to studio.

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