How are new manufacturing methods changing traditional crafts ... and what can we learn from this?

In my research I investigate a variety of phenomena that
happen between carpenters and modern CNC joinery systems.

Is there a substantial change in 'their craft' ...  what about their expertise, the tacit knowledge? are they still carpenters or just machine operators? and how do we build our wooden houses when everything (might one day) come from gigantic 3D printers?  am sure that I will not be able to answer (all) these questions ... but at least I hope to make another contribution to the current debate on technology, work and the future in timber construction. It is no longer a question that the digital transformation of our society is also changing craft professions. We therefore need to think about the direction in which the processes can/should be steered

Schwarzmann, W. (2022). What a carpenter can learn from ‘Thingiverse’; how robots are already changing the craft of carpentry. in: Structures and Architecture, A Viable Urban Perspective?; CRC Press Taylor&Francis Group

Schwarzmann, W. (2022). Wettbewerb und Wissenstransfer.
Chapter in: Touch Wood; Material Architektur Zukunft; Lars Mueller Publishers, Zurich, Switzerland

Schwarzmann, W. (2020). Traditional Knowledge on Modern Milling Robots. Paper presented at the Anthropologic – Architecture and Fabrication in the cognitive age – International Online Conference on Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe, Berlin, Germany.

Schwarzmann, W. (2019). How new technologies can promote the reintroduction of traditional knowledge in the profession of a carpenter. Paper presented at the Space and digital reality: Ideas, Representations / Applications and Fabrication, Tallinn.

Schwarzmann, W. (2019). How Does the Process of Industry 4.0 Change the Job of a Carpenter? Paper presented at the DRS Learn X Design 2019: Insider Knowledge, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey.