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University of Utah Update: Chair Experiments with Recycled PETG Filament

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University of Utah Update: Chair Experiments with Recycled PETG Filament

IMPORTANT NOTE:

We're back to posting the University of Utah/ binary collaboration posts on Filabot after several weeks on Massive Dimension. If you haven't read the last few posts, please click the link below to get caught up...

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Our next project with the Design of University of Utah Digital Assemblies  class turns towards a hybrid approach to making by utilizing subtractive methods (CNC routing) together with a unique application of 3D printing filament.

Each student within the class has been tasked with designing a seating object that is to fabricated using a CNC router and incorporating recycled PETG filament as either a decorative element, functional element, or both.

In the coming weeks we will showcase their scale models that incorporate recycled PETG filament produced with the Filabot EX2.

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Below are some photos from the experiments:

1. Filament Doodles - prep work for student chair designs

 

2. Filament Doodles

3. Student hair concept 1 with woven filament back

4. Student chair concept 2 with tensioned filament seat


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