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SCAN-PRINT-ASSEMBLE

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Geometric Complexity is ubiquitous in nature and comes for free with 3d printing. In this project 3D scanning bridges both worlds:

A natural object is scanned and translated into a digital mesh. The mesh forms the interface to a 3d printed object that serves as a perfectly fitting connection piece. Irregularly shaped stones and minimal 3d print create complex assemblies.

 

For more information check out the booklet:

 

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The project took place in WS 2017/18 and is part of the master students research model at DDU.

 

Student:

Timur Zhigaylo

 

Supervisor:

Prof. Oliver Tessmann

Bastian Wibranek

 

Thanks for support by:

INSTITUT FÜR PRODUKTIONSTECHNIK UND UMFORMMASCHINEN – PTU

Martin Kerch, M. SC

Merken

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