Creative 3D printing
Walters, P. and Davies, K. (2012) Creative 3D printing. In: Pervasive Media Studio Lunchtime Talks, Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed, Bristol, 28th September, 2012. Bristol: UNSPECIFIED Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/17973
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Peter Walters was invited to present recent results of cutting edge research in 3D printing at the Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed, Bristol. In 3D printing, physical objects are created by a computer-controlled fabrication process. Recent projects include the development of a new ceramic material for 3D printing, which allows ceramic artists and designers to create prototype and limited-edition ceramic artifacts which can be fired and glazed in a traditional way. In another recent project, 3D printing techniques were combined with smart “artificial muscle” materials to create interactive artifacts which can move and change shape in novel ways.