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3D-Printing l Group-5

The aim of the exercise was to design and fabricate one part of a 5 meter long vertical installation with the use of a 3d-printing machine. The design was started by making a point cloud within the given bounding cylinder. Then the connections were made keeping in mind both the given points and the new points. All these connecting lines were converted into tubes but in order to make more organic in nature as inspired from a tree T-spline (a plugin for rhino) was used. Therefore, the final structure is more continuous, smooth and coherent in nature.

Drew Carson                     Priyanka Narula                    Taruni Aggarwal

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CNC Milling Machine I Brick I Group-6

The exercise focuses on casting of bricks using a mould which has been fabricated with the help of a CNC Milling Machine. This exercise helps us to explore the ways in which this tool is helpful to create variations in the size/shape/texture of the brick.

Inspiration for this particular texture has been taken from Wood. The final aim of the exercise was to construct a three-dimensional wall in Iaac building using these textured bricks. This variation in textures can be felt with the sense of Touch and the wall gives us the opportunity to feel the same.

Amit Kumar                Niccolo Marini                 Taruni Aggarwal

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Group 19 Bending / Digital Fabrications

The aim was to use bending in order to create variations in the component. The organic shape of the component enables us to create different variations with a one single component. The joinery detail is simple but at the same time efficient which keeps the whole assembly intact within the hexagon.

Mauricio F Valenzuela Lanzas                    Robert Francisco Garita Garita                    Taruni Aggarwal

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Branching I Brick Proposal I Group-6

The brick system is inspired from the natural system of “branching” as in a tree. In order to achieve this, the brick has been kept very simple. The brick takes its shape from the “Triangle” which is considered to be the most stable polygon. Joinery works on the principles of interlocking. This gives us flexibility in the ways two bricks can be joined to each other. As a result of which we get small brick systems which are a part of a bigger Brick System. These smaller brick systems give us the opportunity to create variations in the porosity of the Wall.

Niccolo Marini                   Taruni Aggarwal

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