3D printing and Column structures as an architectural application
This special issue belongs to
|International Journal of Architecture and Infrastructure Planning|
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2023|
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2023|
Special Issue Description
The development of digital technologies significantly altered the architectural field. Architecture is being forced into a previously unattainable new world of intricacy, detail, and materiality thanks to digital manufacturing. Understanding the effects of these technologies can guide future study, advance design, and construction methods, and enhance the training of professional futures. There aren't many thorough analyses, though, that provides an all-encompassing viewpoint on how 3D printing technologies are affecting architecture. In this study, state-of-the-art research on 3D printing technologies in architectural design and construction will be systematically reviewed. Three major databases were used to conduct the review, and both quantitative and qualitative analyses were conducted on a subset of peer-reviewed journal papers that had been published within the previous 10 years. By using bibliometric analysis, it is possible to identify trends in the number of articles published annually, the co-authorship network of well-known authors, and the major themes that appear in the literature and are grouped into three categories. The client can see a fully realized version of the suggested project thanks to the architectural model. Making traditional construction models requires a lot of labor, though. Reproducing little details precisely takes a lot of effort, time, and money. As a result, highly important minor details are frequently overlooked, even though they are frequently used to present special designs and are crucial to the customer's decision-making.
* Architectural art * Sand table model * 3D printing architecture * 3D printing rapid prototyping * Building model * Photosensitive modeling * Architectural modeling * SLA 3D printing * Indoor model adjustment * Thermoplastic
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