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Robotic Timber Assembly

Robotic timber assembly is the use of robots to assemble pre-fabricated wooden components into larger structures such as walls and columns. Robotic timber assembly offers several advantages over traditional methods such as improved speed, accuracy, and safety.

KUKA robot cell

Industrial Robots

Overview Developed for the manufacturing industry as process-agnostic positioning devices industrial robots are highly flexible machines capable of quickly introducing precision and repeatability to a near-infinite number of processes. Current research into their architectural implications leverages this notion, interrogating the… Read More »Industrial Robots

3d printer

3D Printers

3D printers could create a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many thin layers of a material in succession. Eligibility The printers are exclusively available for current NCKU students and faculty members. To access the… Read More »3D Printers

laser cutter cutting a paper sheet

Laser Cutters

Laser Cutter focuses laser beams on the surface of the material, cutting the material by vaporizing it. The workspace operates two laser cutter systems for CPD faculty and students. All of them are located in the laser cutter room, in… Read More »Laser Cutters

timber pavilion project

Wave Eaves

Advisor: Yang-Ting ShenTechnical Advisor: Wei-Ting Hsiao, Chia-Ching YenTeam Members:Yan-Fu Lin, Shun-Yu Wang, Meng-Lun Tu, Bo-Yu Gong、Yu-Lin Hsiao Wave Eaves is a double-curved structure formed by interlocking lumber components. The fabrication process, aided by industrial robots and utilizing parametric design tools… Read More »Wave Eaves