Video 3: The NC-code milling path for each of the pavilion’s 852 unique plates was generated by a RhinoScript tool. Through the integration of a turn table as the seventh axis it was possible to fabricate each plate in just one process. Have a look at the pavilion’s page for pictures about the milling path generation. The total production process took about six weeks.
Software used: Rhinoceros, Rhino Script, RoboMove, Kuka KRC 2
Institute for Computational Design – Prof. Achim Menges
Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design – Prof. Jan Knippers
Competence Network Biomimetics Baden-Württemberg
Concept & System Development
Oliver David Krieg, Boyan Mihaylov
Detail Design & Fabrication & Construction
Peter Brachat, Benjamin Busch, Solmaz Fahimian, Christin Gegenheimer, Nicola Haberbosch, Elias Kästle, Oliver David Krieg, Yong Sung Kwon, Boyan Mihaylov, Hongmei Zhai
Markus Gabler (project management), Riccardo La Magna (structural design), Steffen Reichert (detail design), Tobias Schwinn (project management), Frédéric Waimer (structural design)
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