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  • Digital fabrication producing smart constructions

    Aug 13, 2018 | 04:20 am

    Digital fabrication producing smart constructions The casting of concrete is becoming smarter and smarter by the day.The digitization of concrete casting has revolutionized the way both architects and engineers do their jobs. It is now possible to 3D print concrete in novel geometric patterns that defy belief and produce artistic results. However, it’s not only for aesthetically pleasing results — the concrete slabs are more lightweight, too.At their thinnest point, these ‘smart slabs’ are only 20 millimeters thick, making them far lighter than a traditional[…]


  • Plastic roads: paving the way to a plastic-free future?

    Aug 13, 2018 | 02:46 am

    Plastic roads: paving the way to a plastic-free future? The war against plastic is gathering force.Environmentalists have made it clear: the continuing use of plastics bodes badly for Planet Earth. It is gratifying to learn that the initiatives to eliminate or reduce the use of plastics are gathering speed and popularity. For example, Starbucks aim to remove plastic straws from their global stores by 2020. Some restaurants have taken the plunge and are offering customers stainless steel or cardboard straws.The world’s oceans are filling up with plastic and this[…]


  • Origami inspired mechanical engineering

    Aug 13, 2018 | 01:53 am

    Origami inspired mechanical engineering Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figure.Its use of geometrical shapes makes it a curious art form — one that could inspire mechanical engineering design.According to Northeastern University researcher Soroush Kamrava, the future solar panels and air bags will be informed by origami designs. The research includes utilizing metamaterials (plastics, metals and rubber) to create complex designs that could produce stronger and more functional products.Source: PixabayEngineers are figuring out how to 3D print origami-inspired[…]


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