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Posted by  Per Corell on July 17, 2003 at 16:31:35:

In Reply to:  Re: what would br the role of architect in 2050 posted by David on July 17, 2003 at 15:15:30:

Hi
Exactly, ----- but the most important issue is cost and the projecting issue. Since Digital is here to stay we seen only the first few manufactoring methods ;
Digital used to support other much greater industries, - mold routering with 3D router robots 15 to 20 years ago.
Fragile special resin plugs, created in hardening layer by layer , and both technologies work perfect but one cost a farm producing a foam boat, and the other will make a handle you better use for a form or else the expensive piece will break.
So 3D-H is a Direct Link method, producing the actural assembly parts with the cheapest ........... sorry you all know where this end.
Today you sort cells with a laser 10K a second in one or another direction depending what type the cells is, deciding by automatic what side to "push" with the laser, so soon we proberly place the same type of cells in 3D where they are supposed to be, from some blueprint, wouldn't you emagine ? ----- well this is 2003 within science how is meshworks going then within arts ;))
But this is still a matter about realising what is Digital and what is pre. Digital.

 
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