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    Title: 瓦楞紙材料之數位製造與構築
    Other Titles: Cardboard tectonics of digital fabrication
    Authors: 蘇潤;Su, Jun
    Contributors: 淡江大學建築學系碩士班
    陳珍誠;Chen, Chen-Cheng;陸金雄;Luh, Jin-Shyong
    Keywords: 參數化設計;數位製造;瓦楞紙;構築;Parametric Design;Digital Fabrication;Cardboard;Tectonic
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:57:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 材料的研究對於建築設計是個重要課題,許多建築師也致力於新材料的研究與舊材料發展新應用。本研究嘗試使用瓦楞紙為材料,以參數化設計工具生產三維的電腦模型,並於真實世界中以實際的構築完成建造。研究的過程中,發展出以材料的不同特性,並以不同的工法與技術實踐數位製造並進行最後真實尺寸的施作。


    Materials research is an important aspect in architectural design. Many architects dedicate themselves to the development of new materials and innovative applications of existing materials. This study explores cardboard as a material, using parametric design tools to generate a 3D computer model. The structure is then constructed in the real world. Different material properties and fabrication techniques are tested and practiced through digital processes, and the full size structure is constructed in the final stage.

    The early stage of this research focuses on studying cardboard as a material. A digital fabrication machine is utilized to fabricate material plates of cardboards in order to test various digital fabrication techniques on this material. New tools and techniques in design and fabrication result in research methods that are different from the existing ones. On the basis of the research outcomes with respect to a cardboard, the material research is combined with digital fabrication to form one or many types of methods that serve as the foundation for the design of spatial configuration of units.

    The parametric design tool Grasshopper is used in this study to design an arch space consisting of different units from different fabrication methods of cardboards. With computer aided design and parametric design, various units of cardboards are made into plan drawings that can be processed by numerically controlled machines, such as by sectional view. The units are cut and assembled to form the arch space. Problems that may be encountered during the actual tectonic are addressed. It is hoped that the procedures and details in the process from digital design to digital fabrication of cardboards can be discussed in this study.
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