Mycelium is an amazing organism, Providing food, medicine and materials it allows ecosystems to thrive. A form of natural circular economy. Communicating between each other through a network of hyphae that works exactly like human neutrons on the brain, it may adapt to any substrate presented and develop different materials making itself very versatile. With […]

Formative Fabrication

Forming processes make use of stresses like compression, tension, shear, or some combination to cause the plastic deformation of a material into a desired shape. This manufacturing process is typically for plastics and metals. No material is added or subtracted in this process. The workpiece is only deformed or displaced. Linear materials such as steel […]

Subtractive Fabrication

In subtractive manufacturing 3D objects are made by consecutively cutting material away from a fixed material body until a desired form is achieved. Unwanted materials are removed by cutting, drilling, or milling. Subtractive processes are inherently more wasteful than additive processes. It is possible to create objects with tighter tolerances and better finishes using subtractive […]