As 3D Printing finds its way into architecture and construction, how existing materials and building methods interface with new additive manufacturing processes becomes a central area of exploration. Through three built projects, this chapter explores how additive manufacturing can work synchronous with standard materials and existing manufacturing methods. It analyses transitions between printed and non-printed components and describes novel strategies of detail design, hybrid manufacturing processes, and assembly methods that required novel workflows for their materialization.
- Additive manufacturing
- Furniture design
- Parametric design
- Hybrid manufacturing
- Exhibition design
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BAÑÓN, C., RASPALL, F. (2021). Interfacing Printed and Standard: OH Platform, Metadata, and Makerspace. In: 3D Printing Architecture. SpringerBriefs in Architectural Design and Technology. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-8388-9_6
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