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3D Printed Responsive Wood Interfaces: Shape-Changing Origami-Inspired Prototypes

3D Printed Responsive Wood Interfaces: Shape-Changing Origami-Inspired Prototypes

Vazquez, Elena; Gursoy, Benay;

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In this paper, we present a study for a 3D printed responsive wood interface in which we employed a scientific approach to assess the effects of various 3D printing parameters on shape-change. A full factorial design of experiments is conducted to determine the variables that maximize hygromorphic response. Analyzing the results of the experiments, we designed and fabricated origami-inspired prototypes, and tested their bimorph and gradient actuation. The contribution of this study to the growing body of literature on 3D printing responsive wood- based composites is the integration of gradient actuation and origami-inspired shape-changing strategies.

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Palavras-chave: Shape-change, Shape-changing materials, Material computation, 3D printed wood, Responsive architecture,

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DOI: 10.5151/sigradi2020-83

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Como citar:

Vazquez, Elena; Gursoy, Benay; "3D Printed Responsive Wood Interfaces: Shape-Changing Origami-Inspired Prototypes", p. 600-607 . In: Congreso SIGraDi 2020. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/sigradi2020-83

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