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  • 1. Welcome CAD & CAM Finding the right tool for the job Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 2. Welcome Lectures, projects & training.. Lectures projects & training ..concerning; Architecture Building Technology B ildi T h l Building Physics Tom Wolters Study Coach Coordinator cohort P4 .. and Entrepreneur! Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 3. Welcome Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 4. Welcome Combinatietrack DDSS + Architecture (Design Decision Support Systems) (Design Decision Support Systems) Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 5. Welcome a.k.a.“The ArchiNerd” Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 6. The structure1. Introduction graduation project The cause The research question The final products2. Break 3. CA(A)D & CAM3 CA(A)D & CAM The altered process Preliminary research CA(A)D  & CAM experiences CA(A)D & CAM i4. Conclusions5. Questions Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 7. The subject Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 8. Architecture decays; start of a regular project THE CAUSE Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 9. Generating logic Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 10. Forming of architecture; the “hatstand” Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 11. Further justification of the “hatstand” Some magic words for the presentation: open / gesloten natuurlijke, onbewerkte en duurzame materialen t lijk b kt d t i l strak eigentijds contrast Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 12. The acceptable but generic result Et voila! Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 13. The side-effect of our dynamic society “..not the analysis and assessment of the future, and the transcription to architecture are important, but rather the control during the unpredictable i t t b t th th t l d i th di t bl various developments of the future.” Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 14. “THE” question to me “Would it not be better if our built environment admits and  physically displays the dynamics of our society?” Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 15. Our current situation Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 16. My proposition Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 17. Dynamic? Physically! Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 18. The research question “How should the structure of a dynamic building look like How should the structure of a dynamic building look like  and what intelligent behavior should it display?” 1. What kind of shape does one element of the system need? f p f y 2. What kind of material can be used? 3. What types of intelligent behavior are a necessity, what desirable and what redundant? 4. Is it desirable to build dynamically in the future? Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 19. The final products Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 20. Break Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 21. C(AD)&C(AM)The altered processTh l dPreliminary researchExperiencesConclusions CA(A)D AND CAM? Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 22. C(AD)&C(AM) CAAD! CAM! Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 23. The altered process The effect of CAAD & CAM ..different tools, possible different results ..different tools, certainly different process Value? (e.g.) ‐Higher efficiency ‐Higher efficiency ‐ Smaller amount of errors ‐ Increased production speed ‐... and more d Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 24. The altered process At the start of any CAAD and / or CAM process.. “Bezint, eer ge begint” ..contemplate before commencing! What final products do I need to produce in what form? Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 25. The altered process In case of the graduation project “Prototype of a static dynamic building” Report (booklet) g Planning Technical drawings 3D visualisations 3D models 3D models Scale model The prototype The actuators The act ators The software & sensors .. and more Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 26. Preliminary research How can CAAD and CAM add value to my process and  products? Using CAD for the report I have  Using CAD for the report I have the ability to.. ‐ Produce the report faster ‐ Reproduce fast Reproduce fast ‐ Adjust easily ‐ Share ‐ Pi t Print professionally f i ll ‐ Check my spelling(!) ‐ .. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 27. Preliminary research What kind of software packages  are meant for this task? p g Where in the process do I need to use these? Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 28. Preliminary research Make a first selection of packages, 2 to 3, for EACH product  M k fi l i f k 2 3 f EACH d and then evaluate further; ‐Exchangeability ‐Your own knowhow of the packages ‐Position in the process physical model prototype digital model prototype architectural drawings Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 29. Preliminary research Research finished? R h fi i h d? Packages chosen? Simulate the COMPLETE process.. ..and if necessary change a chosen package. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 30. Preliminary research Summary preliminary research: Summary preliminary research: 1. What final products do I need to produce in what form? 2. How can CAAD and CAM add value to my process and products? 2 H CAAD d CAM dd l t d d t? 3. What kind of software packages  are meant for this task? 4. Where in the process do I need to use these and how does their  exchangeability function? 5. What is my own knowhow of these packages? 6. Simulate the entire process and change packages if necessary. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 31. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – MS Project Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 32. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – MS Project Positive + Negative – Easy to understand interface Uh..? Easily adjustable product Scaleable for printing Automatically relates tasks Automatically updates tasks Automatically updates tasks Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 33. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – MS Visio Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 34. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – MS Visio Positive + Negative – Easy to understand interface Missing symbols in the library Easily adjustable product Old library (software version?) Library with symbols Non‐scaleable for printing Library with partially finished  Slow zooming with complex schemes schemes Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 35. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Arduino (Wiring) //encorporate servo puls script void setup() pinMode(2, OUTPUT); d = 0; #include <Servo.h>  { pinMode(3, OUTPUT); e = 0; pinMode(4, OUTPUT); f = 0; Servo S1; //servo connection analog ports digitalWrite(2, HIGH); //proto 1 170 degree S1.attach(14); digitalWrite(3, HIGH); //light sensor reading Servo S2; S2.attach(15); digitalWrite(4, HIGH); myLDR1 = analogRead(3); //proto 2 145 degree S3.attach(16); myLDR2 = analogRead(4); Servo S3; //unused pins myLDR3 = analogRead(5); //proto 3 170 degree //communication port setup // digitalWrite(10, LOW);  Serial.begin(9600); digitalWrite(5, LOW); //light sensor delay loop int myLDR1 = 0; digitalWrite(0, LOW); if  (j<3) //proto 1 //touch sensor A digital digitalWrite(13,LOW); { int LDR2 0 i t myLDR2 = 0; pinMode(8, OUTPUT); i M d (8 OUTPUT) digitalWrite(1, LOW); di it lW it (1 LOW) j++; //proto 2 pinMode(9, INPUT); } int myLDR3 = 0; digitalWrite(9, LOW);  } else //proto 3 digitalWrite(8, LOW); { void loop() void loop() j=0; j 0 int a; //touch sensor B digital { }  int b; pinMode(7, OUTPUT); pinMode(6, INPUT); /*  //light sensor  int c; digitalWrite(7, LOW);  digitalWrite(7, LOW); //servo rest position //servo rest position measurement & action measurement & action int d; digitalWrite(6, LOW); S1.write(170); if (j==2) S2.write(145); { int e; //touch sensor C digital S3.write(170); if   int f; ; p pinMode(12, OUTPUT); ( , ); */ / (myLDR1<myLDR2 rate  (myLDR1<myLDR2*rate pinMode(11, INPUT); &&  int i; digitalWrite(12, LOW);  a = 0; myLDR1<myLDR3*rate) int j = 0; digitalWrite(11, LOW); b = 0; { int rate = 1; S1.write(170); ( ); //LDR sensors analog c = 0; S2.write(10);   Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 36. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Arduino (Wiring) Positive + Negative – Open source Slow uploading function Extensive documented Slow starting Large example sets Great help function Automatically validates code Automatically validates code Low treshold programming functions Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 37. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Adobe Flash Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 38. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Adobe Flash Positive + Negative – Quick and visual results Different interface compared to  Motion tweens (auto interpret  Photoshop & Indesign (confusing) motion) Almost forced to use tweens Ability to link a library with other  Tweens slow down performance  Adobe products Adobe products heavily when used in great numbers heavily when used in great numbers Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 39. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Rhinoceros 3D Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 40. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Rhinoceros 3D Positive + Negative – Easy to understand interface Slow with larger (architectural)  Easily adjustable product models Mesh medic options Few automated functions without a  Re‐mesh options plugin Great help function Great help function Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 41. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – 3Dstudio Max Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 42. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – 3Dstudio Max Positive + Negative – Specific and detailed software A lot(!) of options Great rendering options Complex interface Stable performances Great importing & exporting options Great help function Great help function Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 43. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Adobe Photoshop Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 44. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Adobe Photoshop Positive + Negative – Easy to understand interface Danger of creating monstrous files Easily adjustable product Low threshold for improper use Layers and masks Users tend to stick with familiar  Vector & bitmap “paint” functions Great automated functions Great automated functions Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 45. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Adobe Indesign Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 46. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – Adobe Indesign Positive + Negative – Layers Users tend to stick with non‐ Great automated functions automated functions Easy to understand interface More complex for experienced use Easily adjustable product Great automated functions Great automated functions Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 47. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – HEMA Software Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 48. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences – HEMA Software Positive + Negative – Prints booklets! Slow Few options Few automated functions No (.pdf / Indesign) import Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 49. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences - iMovie Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 50. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences - iMovie Positive + Negative – Quick previewing Rendering time (laptop?) Intuative use Different file quality after import Clear interface Few outputs Great effects library Creates small files Creates small files Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 51. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences - Algor Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 52. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences - Algor Positive + Negative – Specific & extensive software Extensive & complex Great visual output Importing proves difficult Extensive calculation options Large calculation reports Strange errors Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 53. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences - ShapeWays Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 54. C(AD)&C(AM) experiences - ShapeWays Positive + Negative – Large choice of materials Relatively slow modelling response  Smart modelling reduces costs after  send for printing after “send for printing” Great helpdesk Great online help & community Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 55. Conclusions Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 56. Conclusions Preliminary research is a do! P li i hi d ! Starting immediatly with a package a don’t.. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 57. Conclusions The right tool for the job.. Th i h lf h j b ..saves effort and improves the result. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 58. Conclusions The larger the toolkit.. Th l h lki ..the better and more specific the result. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 59. Conclusions Perfect matches are impossible.. P f h i ibl .. not one package is able to do it all. (or, improper use is inevitable) Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 60. Conclusions But stick with the right tool. g Don’t use Sketchup for final presentation renders..  (3D s Max!) (3D’s Max!) .. but for quick sketchy 3D mock‐ups. Don t use Photoshop for rendering lay‐outs or posters.. Don’t use Photoshop for rendering lay outs or posters (Indesign!) ..but for editing pictures. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 61. Conclusions Don’t confuse design decisions for modelling decisions.. D ’ f d i d ii f d lli d i i ..they will eventually lead to design consessions. In other words, CAAD and CAM are means (tools) and not  an .. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060
  • 62. Conclusions ..end. Gastcollege arch. Ir. Tom Wolters 7M060