We work with Formlabs’ Form 2
SLA desktop printers and Ceramic Resin.
Our generative design is powered by
3 STEPS PROCESS
customization of integrated ceramic components based on client’s interior design projects
production of small series of ceramic components in a 3 stage process of 3d printing and glazing
Stereolithography (SLA) is a form of 3D printing technology used for creating objects in a layer by layer procedure using photopolymerization, a process by which light causes chains of molecules to link, forming polymers.
Ceramic Resin is a silica-filled photopolymer. After firing, the photopolymer network burns out to form a true ceramic part. Fired parts have unique properties that can be leveraged for applications where fired part accuracy is not critical. The ceramic components have high temperature resistance (up to 1000 °C), high thermal and electrical insulation, high resistance to corrosion and wear and chemical inertness.
We use conventional design software - Rhinoceros and Grasshopper, which allow us to define the design based on relations, variables and parameters. We are able to digitally set-up systems, that lead to the final design of form, rather than designing the form itself.