Together, researchers Peter Novikov, and Sasha Jokich from the Institute of Advanced Architectural Technology and the studio Joris Laarman developed a material with an anti-gravity additive.
Printer allows you to create 3D-objects on any working surface, regardless of its tilt and smoothness, and without the need for additional supporting structures. The robotic device uses innovative technologies Extrusion, which neutralizes the effect of gravity during the printing process.
The approach provides flexibility in creating natural objects by creating three-dimensional curves instead of two-dimensional ones. Unlike 2D layers, which do not reflect the structure of objects, 3D trajectories can follow exact lines of conventional forms.Photogallery Total | 8 pictures