[Lab] 3-D Printing Robot, Like a Giant 3Doodler

Andrew Plumb andrew at plumb.org
Tue May 28 11:51:30 EDT 2013

It uses a thermosetting polymer, so it starts off as a liquid.

Some details are at http://www.mataerial.com/blog-how-anti-gravity-object-modelling-surpasses-existing-3d-printing-methods/


On 2013-05-28, at 11:29 AM, Jason Cobill wrote:

>    Development is moving pretty rapidly in 3D Printing - here's a robot called "Mataerial" that prints big thick ribbons of plastic and drives around, producing large-scale structures.
>    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/05/anti-gravity-object-modeling-mataerial-is-a-robot-that-draws-sculptures-in-3d/
>    Exciting stuff! I can only imagine how much plastic ribbon this thing chews through. :)
>    -Jason Cobill
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