Printing a Coffee Bar

Printing a Coffee Bar
An investigation into mid-scale 3D printing

Heike Matcha1, Ante Ljubas2, Harun Gueldemet3
1,2,3FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences
1,2{matcha|ljubas}@fh-aachen.de 3gueldemetharun@yahoo.de

In this article by Heike Matcha, Ante Ljubas and Harun Gueldemet, authors present and discuss an exploration of the possibilities and properties of 3D printing with a printing space of 1 cubic meter, and how those can be integrated into architectural education through an experimental design and research course with students of architecture.

Authors expand on issues presented at the eCAADe conference 2017 in Rome by increasing the complexity and size of their prints, printing not a model to scale, but a full scale functional prototype of a usable architectural object: A coffee bar.

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