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Speed of Deposition Vehicle for structural and aesthetic expression in CAM

Speed of Deposition Vehicle for structural and aesthetic expression in CAM

Mohite, Ashish; Kochneva, Mariia; Kotnik, Toni;

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This paper presents intermediate results of an experimental research directedtowards development of a method that uses additive manufacturing technology asa generative agent in architectural design process. The primary technique is tovariate speed of material deposition of a 3D printer in order to produceundetermined textural effects. These effects demonstrate local variation ofmaterial distribution, which is treated as a consequence of interaction betweenmachining parameters and material properties. Current stage of inquiry isconcerned with studying the impact of these textural artefacts on structure.Experiments demonstrate that manipulating distribution of matter locally resultsin more optimal structural performance, it solves printability issues ofoverhanging geometry without the need for additional supports and providesvariation to the surface. The research suggests aesthetic and structural benefitsof applying the developed method for mass-customized fabrication. It questionsthe linear thinking that is predominant in the field of 3D printing and provides anapproach that articulates interaction between digital and material logics as itdirects the formation of an object that is informed by both.

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This paper presents intermediate results of an experimental research directedtowards development of a method that uses additive manufacturing technology asa generative agent in architectural design process. The primary technique is tovariate speed of material deposition of a 3D printer in order to produceundetermined textural effects. These effects demonstrate local variation ofmaterial distribution, which is treated as a consequence of interaction betweenmachining parameters and material properties. Current stage of inquiry isconcerned with studying the impact of these textural artefacts on structure.Experiments demonstrate that manipulating distribution of matter locally resultsin more optimal structural performance, it solves printability issues ofoverhanging geometry without the need for additional supports and providesvariation to the surface. The research suggests aesthetic and structural benefitsof applying the developed method for mass-customized fabrication. It questionsthe linear thinking that is predominant in the field of 3D printing and provides anapproach that articulates interaction between digital and material logics as itdirects the formation of an object that is informed by both.

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DOI: 10.5151/proceedings-ecaadesigradi2019_389

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Mohite, Ashish; Kochneva, Mariia; Kotnik, Toni; "Speed of Deposition Vehicle for structural and aesthetic expression in CAM", p. 729-738 . In: Proceedings of 37 eCAADe and XXIII SIGraDi Joint Conference, “Architecture in the Age of the 4Th Industrial Revolution”, Porto 2019, Sousa, José Pedro; Henriques, Gonçalo Castro; Xavier, João Pedro (eds.). São Paulo: Blucher, 2019.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/proceedings-ecaadesigradi2019_389

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