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In Situ 2.5D Printing of Wall Panels

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The researchmodul “In Situ 2.5D Printing of Wall Panels” focuses on the use of 3D printing for producing onsite loadbearing and enclosing wall panels. The research refers to the precedent of agricultural printing with a GPS controlled tractor and in situ concrete panel casting applied by architect Rudoplh M. Schindler. The task is to propose a 3D printable construct that can be printed in one piece, at on the ground and later lifted up to upright position.

 

Wall modules

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The project took place in WS 2016/17 and is part of the master students research model at DDU at TU Darmstadt.

 

 

Student:

 

 

LORENZ HEIDE

 

 

Supervisor:

 

 

ANTON SAVOV

 

 

Lorenz_Heide-2.5D_printing_of_houses_cover For more information check out the booklet

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