RoboSculpt creates clay molds with ease and precision

RoboSculpt, a robot created by Mathew Schwartz and Jason Prasad at the University of Michigan College of Achitecture, uses an industrial robot to sculpt clay molds. Using the robot to shape the molds allows for a custom design to be made more quickly and with less waste.

Watch the video below showing the RoboSculpt at work.

For more information, visit the RoboSculpt project site at: http://smart-art.org/portfolios/robosculpt-minimal-waste-manufacturing/

And, read their ROBOARCH 2012 conference publication at: http://www.smart-art.org/cadop/Robosculpt_Minimal_Waste_Manufacturing.pdf

One response to “RoboSculpt creates clay molds with ease and precision”

  1. student

    this shows why robots are becoming important in industry today

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