A new 3D printing process developed by MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab and Steelcase breaks the constraints of traditional 3D printing.
MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, Steelcase and award-winning product designer Christophe Guberan collaborated to create a new 3D printing process. The technology breaks the three constraints of traditional 3D printing by using a Rapid Liquid Printing technique enhancing speed, scale and quality. The partnership explores the future of furniture personalization and the opportunities for customization through innovation.
The Newmark School in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, is focused on providing a positive learning environment for its special needs students. Administrators, teachers and parents are focused on environments that are flexible, comfortable, high-tech, and optimistic for their students. See how they use space as a strategic tool to help students reach their full potential.