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This method employs a robotic arm equipped with a round tool that moves in space according to a programmed toolpath for the direct translation of the digital model into the customized product (Kalo et al. 2014). In order to achieve the desired geometry, multiple toolpaths are incorporated within the robotic process, defining a multi-pass forming technique that improves the resultant precision and accuracy. Since the forming process requires a parametric toolpath generator, a series of digital tools were developed in order to translate the desired geometry into spatial movements, practicable, by a robotic arm (Kalo et al.

6 Model of Leonardo’s robot (considered the very first robot) as displayed in Berlin (Erik Möller) All the major developments in the field, however, took place much later, in the 1960s and precisely in 1956 when George Devol and Joe Engelberger conceptualized the design of the first industrial robotic arm called the Unimate (Fig. 7). Fig. 7 The first industrial robotic arm, called the Unimate 42 3 Advanced Machinery The prototype, heavily inspired by the works of Isaac Asimov, weighed two tons and was controlled by a program on a magnetic drum, mainly to perform object transfers at short distances.

Computerworld Inc. http://www. pageNumber=2. 2014 Bly A, Sterling B, Ratti C, Reas C, Somajni C (2011) Open source (OSArhc) A proposition for a different approach to designing space to succeed the single-author model includes tools from disparate sources to create new paradigms for thinking and building. In: Domus Web. Milan. html. Accessed 22 March 2014 Davis S (1987) Future perfect. Addison Wesley Reading, Massachusetts Diez T (2012) Personal fabrication: Fab labs as platforms for citizen-based innovation, from microcontrollers to cities.

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