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PET FLAKES is a customized FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technique for architecture. Three dimensional, tubular building structures are produced out of recycled plastics deposited by robotic devices without the limitations of layer-based conventional FDM machines.

(2012)

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See Project BOOK

Material testing
PF_Material_02
PF_Material_04
PF_Material
PF_Extrusion_diagram

Plastic extruder:
PF_Tool_02

Pet tubular model:
PF_material_sample_01
PF_tools

Tube anatomy simulation:
PF_Tube_anatomy

Developed by:
Akram Ahmed (Sudan)
Pavlos Bakagiannis (Greece)
Theodoros Grousopoulos (Greece)
Christiana Vlanti (Greece)

Tutored by:
Marta Malé-Alemany / Research & Development director
Jordi Portell / Research & Development assistant

With consultants:
Santiago Martin / Computational design
Miquel Lloveras / Electronics
Guillem Camprodon / Electronics

Context:
Digital Tectonics ‘FABBOTS 3.0’ Research & Development Studio
Master in Advanced Architecture, IAAC (Barcelona, Spain)

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