The new Foundry 3D fabrication interface from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) is promising to simplify and standardize multi material builds. “The program was tested by non-designers to prove how easy and logical it is to use. After a one-hour introduction, non-expert users in the test team succeeded in producing models for objects such as a teddy bear and a wheel for a child’s bike. Other example’s from CSAIL shows how they have managed to create a helmet, and a bone:” – Beau Jackson /