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    Title: 參數化模具 : 以二維圖案轉化成為三維形態之數位設計與製造
    Other Titles: Parametric moulding
    Authors: 林澔瑢;Lin, Hao-Jung
    Contributors: 淡江大學建築學系碩士班
    陳珍誠;Chen, Cheng-chen;陸金雄;Luh, Jin-Shyong
    Keywords: 幾何連圖;參數化設計;參數化模具;數位製造;Geometrically Continuous Figures;Parametric Design;Parametric Moulding;Digital Fabrication
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:57:27 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究由圖形與圖案幾何轉換及形變的探討開始,以及受到艾薛爾圖集的思想啟發,試著思考圖形如何漸進的由一種圖形轉換成另一種圖形。之後,再思考如何經由數位設計與製造的過程,將圖形的連續性與漸變表現出來。


    Following on from the discussion on the geometric transformation of figures and patterns and inspired by Escher’s work, this study contemplates how one figure gradually transforms into another figure, followed by an examination on showing the continuity and gradual transformation of figures in digital design and fabrication processes.

    The design is divided into three stages as follows: (1) geometric continuity and mold fabrication, (2) installation design for the Green Expo, and (3) materials and fabrication of parametric molds. The first stage discusses fundamental figures, uses the parametric modeling Grasshopper to plot these figures and to discuss their continuity. Point, line, and plane are the basic units from which different geometric and topological relationships can be formed. Figures in the first stage are completed through digital fabrication where units are made from laser cutting of acrylic. Continuous figure transformation is generated by means of parameterization. Finally, a vacuum-forming machine is used to complete the mold unit. The second stage is the design of a plant installation for the I-Lan Green Expo, 2014. The main design concept uses the figure continuity discussed in the first stage of the design to create a unit made of concrete and hung on a steel shelf that allows plants to climb and grow. At the third stage, two materials with different properties are poured into parametric molds, where a change in the molds leads to a change in the units generated. Both a fluid material and a solid foam material are used in the experiments, along with several different methods of mold fabrication, thus the product can demonstrate the uniqueness of the material.

    Through this study, new ideas are formed and breakthroughs are made from the existing and familiar digital design method. New attempts on digital design and fabrication are made to explore the relationship between parametric figures and materials. Different materials are used to exhibit different features of the molds. The development of parametric patterns initiates consideration of how flexible the molds are to variations in parametric design. Such adaptability enables the parametric figures drawn using parametric modeling to be fabricated in reality. It is hoped that this study motivates researchers to create further possibilities with respect to pattern variation and digital fabrication so that widely varied configuration units can be produced to allow more imagination in architectural design.
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