3D Printed Coffee Table - Harry Anderson, Natasha Allen, Anuschka Heep, Kenny Juwono, Samuel Liggins, Raphael Teazis

3D Printed Coffee Table - Harry Anderson, Natasha Allen, Anuschka Heep, Kenny Juwono, Samuel Liggins, Raphael Teazis

3D Printed Coffee Table - Harry Anderson, Natasha Allen, Anuschka Heep, Kenny Juwono, Samuel Liggins, Raphael Teazis

3D Printed Coffee Table - Harry Anderson, Natasha Allen, Anuschka Heep, Kenny Juwono, Samuel Liggins, Raphael Teazis

Mod Shelf - Nicolas Perillo, Bradley Erickson, Johann Tattenbach, Nicholas Atherinis, Yew Vui Leong, Rusen Hendek

Mod Shelf - Nicolas Perillo, Bradley Erickson, Johann Tattenbach, Nicholas Atherinis, Yew Vui Leong, Rusen Hendek

Fluidity Bench - Anh Dong, Christian Terlato, Hao Wu, Peter Higgins, Samuel Mulkearns, Tianzhu Zhang

Fluidity Bench - Anh Dong, Christian Terlato, Hao Wu, Peter Higgins, Samuel Mulkearns, Tianzhu Zhang

WIP - Robotic Foam Cut Shelving Unit - Nicolas Perillo, Bradley Erickson, Johann Tattenbach, Nicholas Atherinis, Yew Vui Leong, Rusen Hendek

WIP - Robotic Foam Cut Shelving Unit - Nicolas Perillo, Bradley Erickson, Johann Tattenbach, Nicholas Atherinis, Yew Vui Leong, Rusen Hendek

Studio Roboto is a design studio class run as part of the Industrial Design program at RMIT University Australia.

The studio ran during Semester 2, 2016, and will comprised of 2nd and 3rd year students from RMIT University.

Studio directors: Scott Mayson & Ryan Pennings

Studio partnership with Autodesk and RMIT Architectural Robotics Lab

 

This studio introduces students to robotic fabrication and its application in product design. Roboto will provide students with 2 different fabrication techniques, which they will apply to a product design process through the creation of a series of artefacts.

These techniques are: Robotic 3D Printing, & Robotic Foam Cutting.

The robots will be programmed through Rhino & Grasshopper, and Fusion 360 is utilised as the main CAD modelling tool. Advanced tools such as Maya, Inventor, Alias & Algorithmic Modelling (grasshopper/scripting) will be used for more advanced form development.

The robots are: UR10, Kuka KR-150 and KR-Agilus.

Studio runs on: Tuesday Evenings and Thursday Afternoons, with robot intensives occasionally taking place on some Tuesdays.

More Information: http://upperpool.rmitidsites.net.au/studio-roboto/