ESR13- APPLIED ROBOTICS – CONTROLLED MATERIAL DEPOSITION


ESR13- APPLIED ROBOTICS – CONTROLLED MATERIAL DEPOSITION
ESR NUMBER: ESR13
INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS: Foster+ + Buro Happold
INSTITUTE: BSA

Wax Prototype

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This project investigates fabrication strategies that combine additive and subtractive manufacturing for wax-based media.
 

Arthur Prior

Arthur Prior

UCL/ ESR13 APPLIED ROBOTICS – CONTROLLED MATERIAL DEPOSITION

Arthur Prior is a Marie Curie Researcher at the Bartlett school of Architecture, London. He is currently pursuing practice-based research into hybrid manufacturing processes, employing the use of both additive and subtractive fabrication strategies.

Before joining the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2015, Arthur worked with the Madrid-based company, Factum Arte – an… read more

 

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Making it

Author: Arthur Prior

ESR NUMBER: ESR13 INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS: Foster+ + Buro Happold INSTITUTE: BSA A lot of my energy this year has gone into developing the equipment I will use to test my research questions out. read more

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What is ‘styling clay’ and why are designers still using it?

Author: Arthur Prior

ESR NUMBER: ESR13 INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS: Foster+ + Buro Happold INSTITUTE: BSA Styling clay is a class of prototyping material that is widely used in the industrial design sector, especially automotive design. Counterintuitively, these materials don’t contain any clay minerals – they are composed of waxes, oils and synthetic fillers. Clay has been popular since the... read more

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Can Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing Coact?

Author: Arthur Prior

ESR NUMBER: ESR13 INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS: Foster+ + Buro Happold INSTITUTE: BSA   Can Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing Coact? Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing are often characterised as opposing methods, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. The CNC machining world has largely been an idle spectator to advancements in Additive Manufacturing. But why should it take... read more

Keywords: · Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing · Controlled Material Deposition · Wax

Arthur Prior

Author: Innochain

UCL/ ESR13 APPLIED ROBOTICS – CONTROLLED MATERIAL DEPOSITION Arthur Prior is a Marie Curie Researcher at the Bartlett school of Architecture, London. He is currently pursuing practice-based research into hybrid manufacturing processes, employing the use of both additive and subtractive fabrication strategies. Before joining the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2015, Arthur worked with the... read more

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