Fabricação Pessoal Orientada à Economia Circular e Produção Distribuída: estudo exploratório

Translated title of the contribution: Personal Fabrication for Circular Economy and Distributed Production: an exploratory study

Jairo da Costa, Aguinaldo dos Santos, Rosangela Tenorio

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Abstract

Fabrication at a personal level is increasing remarkably due to the popularization of digital fabrication technologies, the proliferation of makerspaces, and the widespread emergence of open-source solutions. While personal fabrication allows people to take an active role in creating better living standards, it is not inherently sustainable. In this article, we present the results of an exploratory study on sustainable personal fabrication. The method adopted in the research consists of a narrative literature review, design activities for the development of functional prototypes and a project-based workshop with students to test personal fabrication practices. Based on the information collected and analyzed during the investigation, we identified key factors for designing solutions for personal fabrication compatible with Circular Economy and Distributed Production principles. Drawing on the research findings, we propose guidelines for sustainable personal fabrication.
Translated title of the contributionPersonal Fabrication for Circular Economy and Distributed Production: an exploratory study
Original languagePortuguese
Title of host publication14 Congresso Brasileiro Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento em Design
Subtitle of host publicationP & D 2002 Design - O Desenho do campo
Volume10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022
Event14º Congresso Brasileiro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento em Design - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Duration: 26 Oct 202229 Oct 2022

Conference

Conference14º Congresso Brasileiro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento em Design
Country/TerritoryBrazil
CityRio de Janeiro
Period26/10/2229/10/22

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