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# Re-Framing

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Comment by eduardo matamala on October 9, 2012 at 9:55am

Look I'm looking more for overall strategy generation, carpentry will elaborate a system that allows me to produce it on a CNC router cutting. Appreciate promised to send the picture with the mathematical methods to generate one unit reciprocal frame column, it will help me to further my research and manufacturing.
Thanks, Greetings.

Comment by lauren vasey on October 9, 2012 at 7:37am

Are you looking more for the overall generation strategy or for the joinery? I probably will not share my methods for generating the joinery as it has not been published yet. Also, you would need a machine with 5+ axes of freedom to cut them... What is your final method of fabrication? I can send you an image with the mathematical method of generating a single reciprocal frame column unit, given a specific overlapping condition between members. Hope that helps,

Lauren

Comment by eduardo matamala on October 8, 2012 at 12:43pm

Hello,
Could you help me sending me or posting your definition, will help to define my work and help build the tower reciprocal.
Thanks greetings.

Comment by eduardo matamala on October 3, 2012 at 4:32pm

Specifically what I'm currently developing is a job for my graduation process at my university, it is a series of towers generated from a definition in grasshopper, what I have developed so far is linear, and seeing your I think image obtained is assimilated enough of my work is why I would like to revise your definition, as my experience and knowledge in grasshopper is quite minimal. Would appreciate your definition have to study it and apply your desarrolaste qeu my graduation work. thanks

Picture of what I'm trying to develop

Comment by lauren vasey on October 3, 2012 at 4:20pm

So, this particular project was a reciprocal frame column. As more and more units are added it does become a surface, and the column units can aggregate together. But this is probably not what you are looking for. I wrote a more simple definition of a very regular quadrilateral reciprocal frame in python but I think it could be easily duplicated if you just tile a single closed unit (made up of four pieces) on a surface. The difficulty of the computation of any reciprocal frame is that the curvature of the surface must have a very specific ratio to the depth of your members for the individual pieces to overlap correctly.

Comment by eduardo matamala on October 3, 2012 at 1:22pm

wuouwwwwww it a reciprocal frame????

i need this definition please, its great, took a long time trying to make the definition to allow me to make a mesh recirpoca, could you share the definition of grasshopper that did it, I'd appreciate montonones.

Comment by lauren vasey on October 3, 2012 at 5:51am

Hi, Navneet, yes it is a reciprocal frame structure.

Comment by navneet on October 2, 2012 at 7:56am

Hi Lauren, Is this a Reciprocal Frame structure?

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