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000197294 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1007/978-3-642-23435-4_22
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000197294 245__ $$aDesign and Optimization of Orthogonally Intersecting Planar Surfaces
000197294 269__ $$a2012
000197294 260__ $$bSpringer Berlin Heidelberg$$c2012$$aBerlin
000197294 336__ $$aConference Papers
000197294 520__ $$aWe present a method for the design of 3D constructions from planar pieces that can be cut easily and cheaply with laser cutters and similar Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines. By cutting tight slits in intersecting pieces, they can be slid into each other forming stable configurations without any gluing or additional connec- tors. These constructions enable quick prototyping and easy exploration of shapes, and are particularly useful for education. We propose a constraint-based optimization method and computational design framework to facilitate such structures.
000197294 6531_ $$afabrication
000197294 6531_ $$adesign
000197294 6531_ $$aarchitectural geometry
000197294 700__ $$0244288$$g190840$$aSchwartzburg, Yuliy
000197294 700__ $$0244286$$g196500$$aPauly, Mark
000197294 7112_ $$dOctober 10-12, 2011$$cBerlin, Germany$$aDesign Modelling Symposium Berlin 2011
000197294 720_1 $$aGengnagel, Christoph$$eed.
000197294 720_1 $$aKilian, Axel$$eed.
000197294 720_1 $$aPalz, Norbert$$eed.
000197294 720_1 $$aScheurer, Fabian$$eed.
000197294 773__ $$tComputational Design Modelling 2012$$q191-199
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