Thesis project where a robotic clay aggregation method developed at MAS DFAB was further explored and refined. The project resulted in a 3.2 m long and 1.2 m high wall segment built using a six axis industrial robot mounted on a movable platform, and built with the robot re-localized three times.
In this project we refined robot end effector, we experimented with feedback driven fabrication and trajectory planning for the robotic arm.
|Context||Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture & Digital Fabrication (MAS DFAB) thesis project, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland|
|Collaborator||Edurne Morales Zúñiga|
|Tutors||David Jenny, Coralie Ming, Nicholas Feihl & Gonzalo Casas at Gramazio Kohler Resarch, ETH Zürich|
|Industry partners||Lehmag AG & Brauchli Ziegelei AG|
Thesis available on LUP student papers.