Continuous line print of a braid-like structure of overcrossing arcs, on the right is the corresponding machine toolpath

Spatial printing

Work in progress - project is still undergoing

Exploring spatial printing using desktop PLA printing using an extended nozzle that allows a freedom of movement without immediate collision.

Studying the way curves can be created accurately and consistently by generating straight lines toolpath.​

Exploring the relation between the toolpath and the output geometry and understanding how to replicate the process.​

This experiment exploits the material ability to bend and stretch while it's still hot, while also solidifying quickly.​

The G-code toolpath and the output result differ in their geometry

Work in progress - project is still undergoing

Inspiration from flowy movement that is so distinct from the current planar - coherent movement of the printer

Work in progress - project is still undergoing

Spatial printing

Exploring spatial printing using desktop PLA printing using an extended nozzle that allows a freedom of movement without immediate collision.

Studying the way curves can be created accurately and consistently by generating straight lines toolpath.​

Exploring the relation between the toolpath and the output geometry and understanding how to replicate the process.​

This experiment exploits the material ability to bend and stretch while it's still hot, while also solidifying quickly.​