Less: N1 Catenary Pottery Printer by gt2P
by Ted Savage / October 31, 2013
More analog: Less: N1 Catenary Pottery Printer by gt2P is an experimental pottery printer that captures the form of suspended fabrics (here, muslin, lycra, gauze).


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The analog machine incrementally expresses design functions that incorporate physical variables like gravity, fluid weight, and fabric tension, slipcasting volumes and pottery viscosity, in real time - "more parametric, less digital."

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The principles and process can be applied to a range of functional objects, from tableware to tables.

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Great Things to People - is an architecture, art and design studio in Santiago, Chile.

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