This project is based on Allted's design CC BY-NC It is a popular design known as MPCNC, or "Mostly Printed CNC.
Carlo Ratti’s Scribit is a small printer with big ambitions and the ability to take on the biggest canvases possible. Scribit is a robot that allows users to draw on walls, whiteboards, pieces of glass, or plastered drywall. Suspending itself from the uppermost corners, the Scribit can pretty accurately track coordinates (like a delta 3D printer, but without the Z axis) and create artworks on massive walls using the CMYK markers within its design.
Of all the commissions for fish sculptures, the GT is fast becoming the most popular. Each one is a bespoke One-off original, the different wood determines the final piece. Driftwood sculptures by Tony Fredriksson