Pro-innovation

Title

Additive manufacturing. Design of futuristic artifacts

DOI

https://doi.org/10.19229/978-88-5509-055-1/2152019

Keywords

flexibility, personalization, technological, digital and robotic innovation, additive manufacturing/3D printing

Abstract

Industry 4.0 is making its contribution to changes in the structure of the world economy to such a considerable extent that there is talk of a new industrial revolution. For some years now all the great business enterprises have possessed costly 3D printers that can create any artefact or component with little effort. This paper deals with the applications of additive manufacturing as part of the transversal processes in the field of design in research and concrete actions by design-oriented firms intending to invest locally. Among the projects developed in Palermo mention should be made of two interesting cases, where the innovation is geared towards the market of carbon-reinforced plastic and the integration of digital production processes.

Section

Design  |  Essays & Viewpoint

Additive manufacturing. Design of futuristic artifacts

pp. 207-226

Author(s)

Benedetto Inzerillo

 

Author(s) Biography

Benedetto Inzerillo, PhD | Department of Architecture, University of Palermo, Italy

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