Printing Ideas: Prototyping Interior Design Solutions with 3D Printers

This research attempts to find the best 3D printing technology and 3D printing material (filament) that matches with a local urban community’s demand for customized interior design solutions, including furniture, tailored walls, personalized partitions, lamps and decorative elements. By investigating proper hardware and technology for public use, this research will foster the culture of creativity and will help communities find 3D printable solutions to improve the quality of their built environment. The partner company can use this research to establish a 3D printer center that is capable to respond to the local community’s demand in building customized and affordable interior design solutions.

Intern: 
Hussein Agoushi
Faculty Supervisor: 
Tijen Roshko
Province: 
Manitoba
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