Students rise to the challenge of new clay 3D printer

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Professor David Correa didn’t know quite what to expect when he launched a class for graduate students at the School of Architecture to explore the potential of a new 3D printer for clay.

Six months later, he couldn’t be happier with the one-of-a-kind projects they produced after being challenged to design and build small walls made out of bricks.

Click here for the full story and a video on their impressive work with the $20,000 machine, believed to be the only one of its kind in Canada.

Graduate students Joanne Yau (left to right), Victor Tulceanu and Yesul (Elly) Cho show off the bricks they made out of clay using a new 3D printer at the School of Architecture.

Graduate students Joanne Yau (left to right), Victor Tulceanu and Yesul (Elly) Cho show off the bricks they made out of clay using a new 3D printer at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture.

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