Fine sculpture details are finished by sculptor Ladislav Jezber. A copy of the Masaryk sculpture is produced with the machine, the original of which was decorated by the sculptor Otakar Španiel in 1928 by the Brno exhibition center at the opening of this fairground. The new sculpture will stay there.
"Of course we will find a place of honor for the statue of President Masaryk," said Jiří Kuliš, CEO of Trade Fairs Brno, against Pravo. He recalled that the milling of the sculpture was the most interesting attending event of the fair for the hundreds of curious people. The image is behind the glass wall. The walkers can see how the pedestal rotates around its axis, while Kuka literally uses it for millimeter pieces of model earth.
Robot and sculptor collaboration
There are two images of Masaryk in Pavilion A. Kuka works first. The second was formed as a test before the engineering fair began. It became a bit of a test, but she did. Sculptor Jezeber makes the details about her. The idea is to visualize it on a computer. He then finishes fine details on the second sculpture, which Kuka is now working on.
Sculptor Ladislav Jezbera completes a similar picture of TG Masaryk, which was made by robot Kuka before the engineering fair. Sieber gives details about the details.
PHOTO: Vladimír Klepáč
The original statue of 1928 was lost. In the National Museum in Prague she managed to find her model. "According to him, we made a computer model of the president's statue, which then went into special software, in which sculpting was programmed in detail," said Miloslav Drápela, director of MCAE systems, which belongs to the robot.
Extraordinary interest from exhibitors
Kuliš pointed out that Brno trade fairs will probably leave the bronze specimen according to this sculpture of modeling clay, so that it can be exposed to weathering in the open air and without problems.
Robot Kuka, along with the historic glider Blanik L 13, was one of the first exhibitions to be installed on the exhibition grounds last week.
Kuka forms Masaryk in a part of Pavilion A, where an exhibition with the name Verhalen takes place. About one hundred famous Czech and Slovak companies whose products are included in history.
The industrial robot Kuka grinds the statue of President Tomas G. Masaryk, who decorated this area in 1928.
PHOTO: Vladimír Klepáč
1650 companies from 32 countries are presented at the fair. Interest is record.
Already in the spring all exhibition spaces were sold out. Foreign companies have the largest representation of companies from Germany and Slovakia. The presentation has doubled China compared to last year. Interestingly, there are seven exhibitors of the hundreds of exhibitors who presented themselves at all sixty years of the engineering fair. This year takes place in the spirit of the celebration of the centennial commemoration of Czechoslovakia.