algorithmic modeling for Rhino
A quick look at mounting, forming and finishing one of the panels from the Stressed Skin installation by CITA. The technique used is single-point incremental forming (SPIF).
Hey David, this is fantastic! We just got a small Kuka at CCA and are beginning explore different fabrication methods with it. Not sure if it can handle SPIF but might try with some thin copper. I was wondering if you happen to know the specs of the end effector you used? Did you buy it or make it? Any other info/sources you have on the process would helpful too! Best, Matt
wow, thats really cool! Beautiful results and process.
congrats guys : )
Not to mention the squeaking sound :)
wow. That is quite an impressive process. How many panels was there? this must have taken weeks
I wanted to ask you how these patterns were created, but forgot. The videos shows it nicely. Thanks for sharing it.
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