Assa is also co-founder of Digital Forming, harnessing the power of mass customisation through 3D printing, custom made manufacturing and marketing campaigns. Digital Forming’s SaaS platform enables mass customisation and personalisation of products within e-commerce and in-store kiosks.
Delighted to be invited by my good friends at St Martins design school to talk about my recent research. Will talk about the notion of HI AI – human intelligence amplified by Ai and machine learning. I will present new processes that are part of my new semi-automatons design technology the ‘STEM 45 degree’
Very happy to join a great line of speakers at the next week conference in Jerusalem, hosted by my dear former professors at the Bezalel Academy or Art and Design.Invited by head of department Safi Hefetz we will be running a workshop together with designer and friend Ronen Kadushin Join us If you are somewhere around.
Nice article by Caolinn Douglas exploring 3D printing and featuring the STEM 45 chair and the Venturi Stool, among some nice examples by Ross Lovegrove, Michael Eden and other nice examples.
‘Learning as it grows’ – Developing the new STEM 45° semi-autonomous design methodology
Hello friends,‘Learning as it Grows: autonomous design for additive manufacturing’A new show now open in Tokyo, showing my latest research in industrial design, production speeds and material optimisation.The new STEM 45° objects collection, which will be displayed were designed using microscopically 3D translated bamboo micro-structure geometry and informed by my personal aesthetic and a line of 3D algorithms that are laying the foundations for a new type of autonomous …
Today opening at Tokyo Science Agora show and hosted by Kyoto Design Lab, Assa will present a new body of work, supported kindly by of D-Lab and KIT – Kyoto institute of technology.
Assa Ashuach is founder of Assa Studio, a product design, digital manufacturing and social R&D practice in London, and co-founder of Digital Forming, harnessing the power of mass customisation through 3D printing.
Niketh Shetty is Director at PLM Central, a PTC reseller helping discrete manufacturers succeed by meeting their globalization, time-to-market and operational efficiency objectives in product development.
Alastair Band is Manager of the Global Community & Events Management Program at Sweetbridge, a blockchain-based economic framework that transforms supply chain and logistics collaboration through a fast, fair and flexible value exchange that unleashes working capital for the benefit of all participants.
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