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A Revolution in the Making [Guest editors' introduction]

Steve Hodges, Bjorn Hartmann, Hans Gellersen, Albrecht Schmidt
2014 IEEE pervasive computing  
., "fabrickation: Fast 3D printing of Functional Objects by Integrating Construction Kit building blocks," Proc. SIGCHI Conf.  ...  blocks into a 3D design so that the structural elements of a design can be assembled quickly and only the remaining "details" need be 3D printed. 2 Earlier work led by the same author extended the purely  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2014.40 fatcat:5izd77w4e5etljx5pmwp4wp3yi

Scrappy: Using Scrap Material as Infill to Make Fabrication More Sustainable

Ludwig Wilhelm Wall, Alec Jacobson, Daniel Vogel, Oliver Schneider
2021 Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
To achieve this, our system integrates into an existing CAD workfow and manages a database of common items, previous prints, and manually entered objects.  ...  Example scrap objects include unused 3D prints from prototyping and calibration, household waste like cofee cups, and of-cuts from other fabrication projects.  ...  Fabrickation [20] instead uses Lego bricks to replace most of the models' geometry while only 3D printing the parts of the object in high fdelity that are crucial to its function.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3411764.3445187 fatcat:fbhn2dd6yreu5f2x2n7hrbc7d4

Making Fabrication Real: Fabrication for Real Usage, with Real Objects, by Real People

Xiang Chen
2018
to support existing objects; finally, a library of 'embeddables' demonstrate that existing objects can also augment 3D printed designs by embedding a large variety of material to realize different properties  ...  The emergence of low-cost fabrication technology (most notably 3D printing) has brought us a dawn of making, promising to empower everyday users with the ability to fabricate physical objects of their  ...  For example, the free universal construction kit 2 offers adaptors between 10 otherwise incompatible children's construction kits from Lego to Tinker toys.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6720467 fatcat:ngcsnx2ztffrbjmt7pkl3dodg4