Bryant + Joseph

Bryant Mojica’s Final Project

Sculptures in Astronomy Exhibition and Atrium

Reference Images

Milky Way

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Geodynamo

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Initial Design Sketches

Final project Sketch 01 Final project Sketch 02

 

Scripted Sketches

Resulting form begins to take the shape of an ellipse, but the halves of the geometry meet a point instead of maintaining a smooth curve.

Ellipse_02   Ellipse_01    Ellipse_03

 

Resulting form is a 3 dimensional ellipse made of a ‘matrix’ of spheres that follows both a “regular” path and are “random” in size and location while a line is drawn as the turtle walks and drops geometry.

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What I want to 3D Print:

I decided to focus on the fabrication of only blue portion of the script. Instead of lines connecting the deposited spheres, an extruded path does.

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The form is split in half for print feasibility.

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How I’m going to 3D Print:

I added support columns in Rhino. (red)

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First Print Iteration

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Second Print Iteration

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Third Print Iteration (on MakerBot Replicator 2 – Print Time: 3 Hours)

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Third Print with support removed (and improvised reconstruction, after failure to remove safely)

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I speculate a next iteration of this project would include:

A more strict set of constraints on the beetle during random walk, thicker extrusions between spheres, and re-designed support columns to reduce the chance of failures to remove cleanly.


 

Joseph Kim’s Final Project

Trignometric Transformation: Exercise 1

Trignometric transformation in 2 axes.

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Trignometric Transformation: Exercise 2

Trignometric transformation in 3 axes.

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Trignometric Transformation: Exercise 3

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ni (1) ni (2)

ni (3) ni (4)

ni (5)

 

 

Trignometric Transformation: Exercise 4

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ichi (1) ichi (2)

ichi (3) ichi (4)

ichi (5) ichi (6)

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