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Pavilion Fabrication

detail_900.jpgWe had free range of the lab this summer, and tried to use as many of the machines as possible: waterjet aluminum, foam milling with plaster casting, and metal cnc milling of a 1″ thick slab of aluminum (inaugural use!) for the joint capsules. It all came together in five minutes, ten minutes before the presentation.


4 Responses to “Pavilion Fabrication”

  1. thomas Says:

    nice! really slick mock-up; not a bad “first” much fabrication.

    great seeing the project come together from a far through the blog.

  2. john Says:

    Thanks Thomas! Yeah, there’s definitely a growing group within the school that wants to move beyond just creating cool shit in the computer and move more towards creating cool shit in the computer and then digitally fabricating it.

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  4. GiovannaSTONER Says:

    Reading this reminds me of my old room mate. That guy was one of the smartest persons I know, but he was a little too original for my tastes though. Anyways I appreciated reading this, thanks. Will give me something to go into when I see him.

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