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|其他題名: ||Tube tectonics of digital fabrication|
|作者: ||鄭凱文;Zheng, Kai Wen|
|關鍵詞: ||參數化設計;數位製造;管狀材料;紙管;構築;Parametric Design;Digital Fabrication;Tube Material;Paper Tube;construct|
|上傳時間: ||2016-01-22 15:02:00 (UTC+8)|
研究過程當中主要以Rhino 搭配Grasshopper 作為參數化設計的主
開始嘗試以3D Printer 印製出不同於傳統笛卡爾座標系統的接頭來完成
Title of Thesis: Tube Tectonics of Digital Fabrication Total pages: 81
Key words:Parametric Design、 Digital Fabrication、Tube Material、Paper Tube、construct
Name of Institute: (Tamkang University, Graduate Program of Architecture)
Graduate date: July, 2015
Degree conferred: Master of Architecture
Name of student: Kai-Wen Zheng
鄭 凱 文
Advisor: Dr. Chen-Cheng Chen
陳 珍 誠 博士
This study attempts to create next-generation structures in the style of tube tectonics through digital design and fabrication. This novel looks at tube tectonics not only made customizing joints possible, but it also explores new frontiers of tube tectonics. New joint made of different materials were developed over the course of research. Through combining different tubular materials with various diameters, a variety of spatial structures were created with tubular truss.
The study started out with a focus on analyzing the properties of tubular materials. Newspapers were rolled and applied to the design of furniture in a 1:1 ratio. As the research progressed, joint made of different materials were created as experiments focused on how the tubular materials can be connected. Industrial corrugated paper—which is essentially the same material as newspapers and which is manufactured in a similar process—was used instead of newspapers during later experiments as making paper tubes from newspapers proved to be overly time-consuming. A series of hands-on tasks followed closely thereafter, which included the construction of small-scale furniture and of the "Bird Cage." In the final phases of the research, the "2015 Yilan Green Expo" and a 4m-tall “Sponge Pavilion” that measured 1.8m in width, designed for display purposes, were created. The two structures were made of paper tubes and PVC tubes respectively.
Throughout the research, computer-aided design software, Rhinoceros and Grasshopper, were used to achieve configured designs, with the plywood made with a laser cutter. A 3D printer was employed to print the joint for truss designs. The 3D printer allowed for applications for non-Cartesian coordinate system in which different joints are connected. This study seeks to explore possibilities of constructing more trusses through parametric design and digital fabrication. As a suggestion to future researchers, the construction of spatial structures using 3D -printed, life-size tubular materials might be a field of research worth exploring.