29 Apr '16, 6pm

3D-printing robots spin creepy webs and cocoons

3D-printing robots spin creepy webs and cocoons

A tiny saw severs the thread so the Cocooner can move onto another spot, yet the resin is designed to be safely softened again for adjustments and repositioning. The technology is quite mesmerizing to see in action, but has anyone else noticed how these structures look less like webs and more likeā€¦ cages?

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/3d-printing-robots-spin-creepy-webs-...

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