Digital fabrication is here: Design-fabrication-deployment leading to higher efficiencies in construction

Recent months have seen a number of attempts at applying digital fabrication concepts to building and construction sectors. A few prominent ones include the collapsible steel pavilion from University of Tokyo's Digital Fabrication Laboratory and contour crafting 3D printing technology from Univer...

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