“Liquid to Air: Pneumatic Objects” by Sparrman, Kernizan, Laucks, Tibbits and Guberan

  • ©Bjorn Sparrman, Schendy Kernizan, Jared Laucks, Skylar Tibbits, and Christophe Guberan

  • ©Bjorn Sparrman, Schendy Kernizan, Jared Laucks, Skylar Tibbits, and Christophe Guberan

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    Liquid Printed Pneumatics is a project developed by the MIT, Self-Assembly Lab and Swiss designer Christophe Guberan that focuses on the 3D printing of pneumatically activated objects. Rapid Liquid Printing (RLP), a new additive manufacturing process developed at the lab, is used to create shape changing devices and objects.

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