📐Brilliant! The #design of this #3dprinted stool, called #datastool, is completely based on the measurements of the user’s body. . ⚖️The weight and height of the lower body is measured. Then, a custom #algorithm generates a micro-architecture based on this #data. The algorithm automatically generates denser structures when needed, for extra strength. . 🔬The final design is 3D printed in two versions: one uses #pla bioplastic and the other is made from #aluminium, nylon and glass. . ✏️Design by @henricanivez, pictures by Henri Canivez and Nicole Marnati. Original post by @student.design. . 🔥Follow @Addm.io for your daily inspiration! . #additive#additivemanufacturing#manufacturing#engineering#3dprint#3dprinted#3dprinter#3dprinting
Garouste & Bonetti’s Torchère ‘Toledo’ shown here beside Mattia Bonetti’s ‘Alu' Console. Available from #davidgillgallery, visit us on King Street this #winter to discover more truly unique pieces of #contemporaryart and #design.
Pretty happy with how this tank has turned out so far. I wasn’t sure how successful piecing it all together was going to go or if I would even like the shape once it was built. But I actually really like the way it turned out, considering I was really only messing around with the idea when I designed it. This is probably one of the first things I’ve ever drawn and planned in 3D using fusion 360. I started with the side profile I thought looked good, extruded it to the width I wanted, tapered the sides and then basically all the other pieces and shaping I did using the Chamfer tool using 45 and 60 degrees. Thanks to the help from several people I exported all the pieces as individual pieces to plasma cut them. Still a lot of work to go yet to get this thing welded out, finish all the welds and faces nice and flat for paint, put a low tunnel through it and all the other bits and pieces.
#chopperchuesday Tacked up the puzzle of a tank I had cut out and prepped over the weekend. Putting all 36 pieces together more or less in the right spot and avoiding accumulation of error in angles/gaps I was skeptical whether or not it would actually piece together okay, somehow it did. Going back over a few spots to make sure each piece is fitup correctly and flush at the joins. Can be a painful process but if something isn’t flush before it’s welded.. it’s not going to be flush afterwards once the welds are knocked back, much easier to take the time and set things right before welding. . . @totaltoolsaustralia
Comme vous me demandez souvent en quoi sont mes grandes baies vitrées et que je vois bien que, comme moi, vous les aimez bien, je vous ai fait, pour une fois, sur le blog, un article plus pratique. Et oui, c’est bien beau la déco, mais tout à une histoire et tout est souvent une affaire de matériau et de qualité. Ici c’est l’alu le grand gagnant, un matériau recyclé et recyclable aux nombreuses vertus méconnues. Le lien est dans ma bio. Quant à cette photo c’est @ricardromain qui l’a prise pour un joli reportage chez nous dans le @ellefr et je l’aime beaucoup, elle m’apaise.
So someone nominated me for the one handed tig weld challenge, I can’t remember who it was but here it is. I wasn’t even gonna try and attempt to add filler rod haha, something a little different, 3mm - 3mm outside corner joint, manual pulse with the east west amp control wheel, this is what I use for amp control on all my aluminium welding. For smaller delicate stuff on DC I’ll use a foot pedal to make it easier to keep a tight steady arc.