3D printing of the world's first modified plastic pedestrian bridge is completed.
in the morning, you walk out of the house "sewn" by robots, walk on the 3D printed pedestrian bridge, look up and stare at the drone group conducting digital environmental monitoring over the city, and the playing sound of children playing with origami comes from a distance. You may think that such a scenario only exists in imagination, so it has advantages in product development and marketing. However, recently, the "Shanghai digital future" series activities held by the school of architecture and urban planning of Tongji University have shown us the possibility of realizing this dream
robot wood sewing, robot 3D printing, UAV group sensing the urban environment, and a series of cutting-edge experimental results on digital design and construction 3. After the experiment, they won the praise of visitors. It is understood that the goal of this activity is to "aim at the upgrading of building industrialization, explore the core technology of building 4.0 building industrialization, and realize the comprehensive interdisciplinary innovation of new architecture, civil engineering, mechanics, computer science, material science, etc." Professor Yuanfeng from the school of architecture and urban planning of Tongji University told Science and technology on July 13
in the whole exhibition, the most eye-catching is the 3D printed pedestrian bridge. "This is the first pedestrian bridge in the world that uses modified plastics for robot 3D printing," Professor Yuan Feng said. The students completed two 3D printing bridges with a span of 4 meters and 11 meters respectively by building customized 3D printing modules. Professor Yuan Feng said that the implementation of 3D printing Bridge means that large-scale 3D printing technology can be used not only for modeling, but also for the implementation of structural components, especially when combined with structural optimization design, it can effectively complete the printing of structural components. This is undoubtedly an important step forward in the field of architectural 3D printing
at the same time, through the research on human body problems such as skin tension and muscle movement, students try to combine the geometric mode inspired by biology with human function performance to design and print a "body building" - 3D printed coat, which will be related to human muscle movement, and use nylon material SLS molding technology to produce hard objects
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