The objective of this thesis is to investigate the use of sawdust based biocomposite materials in the additive manufacturing of interlocking bricks. EcoBrickscape aims to develop a workflow that facilitates the generation of customizable shapes and infill designs that are optimal for interlocking and aggregating, enabling efficient fabrication and assembly. The study also aims to explore the material properties and sustainability aspects of the biocomposite material.
A 3D printed brick will allow for a more customisable design with ease in the fabrication process as the bricks can be curated as per the final module and assembled together through interlocking without necessarily needing a bonding material.
VARYING SLICING HEIGHT TESTS
FINAL BRICK DESIGN