Awesome Digital Tectonics Robotically Milled Wall | Carnegie Mellon University

A group of undergraduate students enrolled in the Digital Tectonics course at Carnegie Mellon University experimented with a 7-axis robot, creating unique molds which are cast in plaster to create hexagon shapes that nestle next to each other, forming a wall. This arrangement eliminates the need of adhesives and glues

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Credits:
Jury : Fabio Gramazio and Kostas Terzidis.
In Collaboration with: Arthur Azoulai, Nelly Dacic, Jared Friedman, Christopher Gallot, Spencer Gregson, Matthew Huber, Jaclyn Paceley, Puja Patel, Craig Rosman, Giacomo Tinari, Eddie Wong

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