UNIVERSITY: ANAHUAC MEXICO CITY
The objective of the workshop is to explore the potential of robotic technology to assemble wooden structures through a collaborative workflow between robots and builder. A large scale prototype is constructed using the two Kuka robotic arms (KR150, KR30-3). The material system uses timber linear elements assembled in a additive manner. The pieces are picked and brought into position by the robots using a pneumatic gripper, and they are screwed together manually. The length of the pieces allows the collaboration between the two robots, which are placed far away from each other.