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

Jamie jamie at steppinofftheedge.com
Wed May 29 10:34:15 EDT 2013

Would love to see it get past non-toxic and start to think about organic or
bio-degradable options. Imagine the artistic opportunities where one could
download the models of the standard park bench and artistically accessorize
the sides / back of them in a method that breaks down each winter into
flower or grass seeds! There's must be a good play on words about graffiti
for that. Greenffiti? Bioffiti?

On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 6:11 PM, Ryan Prior <ryanprior at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 4:13 PM, Henri Kuschkowitz <
> henri.kuschkowitz at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Pretty cool. I have to read more into this though I wonder how toxic this
>> is.
> Given enough time and the right materials, I have to suppose that common
> non-toxic materials such as copper, concrete and glass could be used by
> machines like this to create structures. It wouldn't necessarily be as
> fluid and dramatic as this machine, but given advances in material
> technology we could see park bench printing robots, trash can printing
> robots, pothole filling robots, we could have an army of print-bots that
> could maintain public infrastructure using recyclable materials.
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