Digital fabrication systems have modified the production viability of complex shapes in industrial design objects. This field has been analyzed namely in its technical features, leaving aside some attributes of the progressive process of conformation that constitutes design. Our aim is to connect, and to examine the relations between morphological knowledge and digital fabrication; exploring, regulating, and creating a transference model between both areas. The development of these conceptual tools will contribute promote an autonomous intellectual attitude that will enable a reflective integration of these innovative processes to our professional practice, avoiding an imitative reflex of foreign productions.