(PDF) Digital Fabrications | Carolina Zotin - knife.suThis paper takes an important step in characterizing a novel field of architectural research where a robotic system moves on a construction site and positions building components in-situ. Featuring a comprehensive new approach to architecture and technology, this paper considers 1 research parameters and components of in-situ robotic fabrication such as tolerance handling, man-machine cooperation and localisation , 2 experimentation and building prototypes at full architectural scale, and 3 the architectural implications of integrating these findings into a systemic, unifying process at the earliest stages of design. As a result, in-situ robotic fabrication opens up entirely new possibilities of automated construction that are not limited by the constraints of prefabrication; the most evident and radical consequences of in-situ robotic fabrication are the ability to digitally oversee and control a large number of aspects of design and fabrication within an efficient and flexible building process. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.
[PDF Download] Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques (Architecture Briefs)
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