Art and Design

Robotic additive manufacturing empowers artists and designers to explore ambitious, complex designs that were once challenging to realize, while simultaneously reducing material waste and production expenses.

3D printed sculpture at the Ant Wan concert in Avicii Arena, Stockholm, Sweden. Courtesy of Sculptur.



Large scale additive manufacturing allows artists and designers to create highly customized and unique pieces of art, sculptures, and furniture tailored to user specific preferences and requirements.

Artistic Expression

Additive manufacturing allows for the fabrication of complex and large scale designs, pushing the boundaries of artistic expression and innovative furniture concepts.

New Materials

Explore new sustainable materials and the combination of different materials to achieve unique aesthetics and performance characteristics.

Large-scale 3D printing has emerged as a transformative force in the realm of art and design, offering exciting possibilities for creativity, sustainability, and innovation. One of its defining features is the level of customization it affords. As exemplified above, artists can craft unique, one-of-a-kind pieces tailored to specific visions and requirements.

In addition to customization, sustainability is a central theme in large-scale 3D printing. The integration of recycled and sustainable materials, for example repurposed fishing nets or wood fibre composites, helps to reducing waste and energy consumption in production.

The advantage of using six-axis robots lies in their ability to manipulate objects from multiple angles, providing unparalleled freedom in design. This flexibility allows for the creation of intricate, organic shapes and structures that were once challenging to achieve with traditional 3D printing methods.