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Arup Explores Prototyping 2 of 3

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Arup Explores Prototyping 2 of 3

  1. 1. Arup Explores Prototyping 8th March 2012 Part 2/3
  2. 2. Arup Explores Prototyping – Agenda12-30 – 1:00 Light Lunch1:00 Welcome by John Turzinski, London & South-East Leader1:05 Introduction and agenda for the day, by Duncan Wilson2:40 Session One: Access to tools Moderator: Ed Clark1 Hugo Mulder Arup Smart Geometry + Direct Manufacture2 Francesco Anselmo Arup Light Lab3 Luke Robertson Arup Sound Lab4 Gonzalo Garcia-Perate Arup / UCL PIP5 Tristan Simmonds Simmonds Studio How making your own tools changes design6 David Polson Arup Rep Rap motivation7 Roel van de Straat Arup Amsterdam Makerbot - printers in my office2:05 discussion2:25 coffee/tea break2:40 Session One: Access to tools Moderator: Ed Clark1 Hugo Mulder Arup Smart Geometry + Direct Manufacture2 Francesco Anselmo Arup Light Lab3 Luke Robertson Arup Sound Lab4 Gonzalo Garcia-Perate Arup / UCL PIP5 Tristan Simmonds Simmonds Studio How making your own tools changes design6 David Polson Arup Rep Rap motivation7 Roel van de Straat Arup A’dam Makerbot - printers in my office3:20 discussion3:40 coffee/tea break3:55 Session Three: Scale Moderator: Xavier De Kestelier14 Shajay Bhooshan Zaha Hadid Architects New tech low tech15 Rupert Soar Freeform Construction Making for performance16 Gregory Epps Robofold What RoboFold can do17 Federico Rossi D-shape printing buildings18 Xavier De Kestelier Foster + Partners Project X19 Jeroen van Ameijde AA School Hooke park4:43 discussion5:03 closing remarks by Alvise Simondetti
  3. 3. Roel van de Straat Arup AmsterdamMakerbot – printers in my office
  4. 4. Printing in the Amsterdam office In-house (Makerbot) and outsourced (Arnhem print)Roel van de StraatArup Explores Prototyping – 8 March 2012
  5. 5. AMS’ MakerbotNo. of prints: 3No. of serious prints: 15
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  7. 7. The two evening process… Assemble elements Assemble printer Calibrate7
  8. 8. …and the result8
  9. 9. The ‘serious’ print9
  10. 10. Arnhem 3D printCompany: Heijcon (Netherlands)Cost: approx. €1.400 (GBP 1.150,-)10
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  12. 12. Specifications 45x45cm base Max printing sizes 15x29cm Rhino model subdivided in three parts Based on UNStudio’s geometry Conditions: Watertight models (closed polysurface) Good mesh (no bad edges etc.) Real-life thickness (min. 1mm)12
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  14. 14. Session Two:Business of Prototyping Moderator: Alvise Simondetti
  15. 15. Graham Bennett CRDMWhat people printed in my shop
  16. 16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28B8NvBFU0E&context=C4ba1000ADvjVQa1PpcFPShAKWPbD19dcK9yJufwdVtpujAzXAzfs=
  17. 17. Daniel Soltis Moving BrandsWhy hand drawn at a Brand Agency?
  18. 18. Olivier Geoffroy Unto this lastElectronic artisan
  19. 19. Cesar Harada ProteiOpen source making experience
  20. 20. Mark Hatch Tech ShopHow tech shop makes it easier
  21. 21. www.driversofchange.com

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