1. ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013: Trailer

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    ICD Institute for Computational Design – Prof. Achim Menges ITKE Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design – Prof. Jan Knippers Concept Development Leyla Yunis System Development, Fabrication & Construction Desislava Angelova, Hans-Christian Bäcker, Maximilian Fichter, Eugen Grass, Michael Herrick, Nam Hoang, Alejandro Jaramillo, Norbert Jundt, Taichi Kuma, Ondrej Kyjánek, Sophia Leistner, Luca Menghini, Claire Milnes, Martin Nautrup, Gergana Rusenova, Petar Trassiev , Sascha Vallon, Shiyu Wie and Leyla Yunis with the support of Michael Preisack and Michael Tondera Scientific Development Moritz Dörstelmann, Vassilios Kirtzakis, Stefana Parascho, Marshall Prado, Tobias Schwinn In collaboration with Departement of Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates – Prof. Oliver Betz Departement of Palaeontology of Invertebrates – Prof. James Nebelsick University of Tuebingen Institute for Photo Science and Synchrotron Radiation - Dr. Thomas van de Kamp Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering – Dr. Markus Milwich ITV Denkendorf Funding Competence Network Biomimetics KUKA Roboter GmbH SGL Group AFBW – Allianz Faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG Video by Nam Hoang

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    • ICD/ITKE Research Pavillion Trailer

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      ICD Institute for Computational Design – Prof. Achim Menges ITKE Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design – Prof. Jan Knippers Scientific Development Moritz Dörstelmann, Vassilios Kirtzakis, Stefana Parascho, Marshall Prado, Tobias Schwinn Concept Development Leyla Yunis System Development, Fabrication & Construction Desislava Angelova, Hans-Christian Bäcker, Maximilian Fichter, Eugen Grass, Michael Herrick, Nam Hoang, Alejandro Jaramillo, Norbert Jundt, Taichi Kuma, Ondrej Kyjánek, Sophia Leistner, Luca Menghini, Claire Milnes, Martin Nautrup, Gergana Rusenova, Petar Trassiev , Sascha Vallon, Shiyu Wie and Leyla Yunis with the support of Michael Preisack and Michael Tondera In collaboration with Departement of Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates – Prof. Oliver Betz Departement of Palaeontology of Invertebrates – Prof. James Nebelsick University of Tuebingen Institute for Photo Science and Synchrotron Radiation - Dr. Thomas van de Kamp Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering – Dr. Markus Milwich ITV Denkendorf Funding Competence Network Biomimetics KUKA Roboter GmbH SGL Group AFBW – Allianz Faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG Video by Nam Hoang

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      • ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2013: Biologic Role Model: Beetle Elytra

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        ICD Institute for Computational Design – Prof. Achim Menges ITKE Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design – Prof. Jan Knippers Concept Development Leyla Yunis System Development, Fabrication & Construction Desislava Angelova, Hans-Christian Bäcker, Maximilian Fichter, Eugen Grass, Michael Herrick, Nam Hoang, Alejandro Jaramillo, Norbert Jundt, Taichi Kuma, Ondrej Kyjánek, Sophia Leistner, Luca Menghini, Claire Milnes, Martin Nautrup, Gergana Rusenova, Petar Trassiev , Sascha Vallon, Shiyu Wie and Leyla Yunis with the support of Michael Preisack and Michael Tondera Scientific Development Moritz Dörstelmann, Vassilios Kirtzakis, Stefana Parascho, Marshall Prado, Tobias Schwinn In collaboration with Departement of Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates – Prof. Oliver Betz Departement of Palaeontology of Invertebrates – Prof. James Nebelsick University of Tuebingen Institute for Photo Science and Synchrotron Radiation - Dr. Thomas van de Kamp Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering – Dr. Markus Milwich ITV Denkendorf Funding Competence Network Biomimetics KUKA Roboter GmbH SGL Group AFBW – Allianz Faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG Video by Hans-Christian Bäcker, 2013 ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion team member

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        • COMPOSITE FACADE: filament wound facade panels

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          Through the investigation of thermoset plastics, the use of resin impregnated filament has become a possibility for structural exploration. With an almost literal extraction from the commonly used ‘filament winding’ technique found in aeronautical components, high pressure tanks and rocket housings, it is apparent that not only is the idea of resin impregnated filament a possibility in the architectural field, it is possible to begin experimentation at a large scale due to new advancements in CAD driven winding machines. The wrapping pattern for the filament wound unit facade is developed to allow for a single band of filament to be wrapped continuously around a mold. The shapes of the mold are generated by followings the natural path of tape as it wraps around a form. From this procedure a specific shaped unit is developed which is comprised of an inner foam insulative form that is wrapped in polyester resin saturated fiberglass roving. Once cured, the resin impreganted filament wound panel becomes a lightweight, structural and weatherproof facade unit. The clear resin layer of filament winding provides a base structural waterproofing layer over the mold. By follow- ing the geodesic structural path around the form, a secondary structural layer is added. Different colored resins follow these geodesic paths aroung the form to create a textured woven pattern. As the forms change across the facade, so too does the wrapping pattern, providing a flow in changing forms and colors to create visual interest. Moments of opacity, translucency and transparency are speckled across the facade by punctured holes in the formwork. Where the waterproofing or insulation is not required, the formwork is removed and the woven cage of filament remains.

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          • ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2012: Robotic Carbon and Glass Fibre Winding

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            Project Team: ICD – Institute for Computational Design – Prof. Achim Menges ITKE – Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design – Prof. Dr. Jan Knippers University of Stuttgart Concept Development Manuel Schloz, Jakob Weigele System Development & Realisation: Sarah Haase, Markus Mittner, Josephine Ross, Manuel Schloz, Jonas Unger, Simone Vielhuber, Franziska Weidemann, Jakob Weigele, Natthida Wiwatwicha with the support of Michael Preisack, Michael Tondera Scientific Development & Project Management: Riccardo La Magna (structural design), Steffen Reichert (detail design), Tobias Schwinn (robotic fabrication), Frédéric Waimer (fibre composite technology & structural design) in collaboration with Departement of Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates – Prof. Dr. Oliver Betz Departement of Palaeontology of Invertebrates – Prof. Dr. James Nebelsick University of Tübingen Funding: KUKA Roboter GmbH, Competence Network Biomimetics, SGL Group, Momentive, Allianz Faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg, FBGS Draw Tower Gratings, MFTech, Minda Schenk, Stiftungen Landesbank Baden-Württemberg, Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG

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            • Uploaded Filament Winding

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              Footage of our Discontinous Helical Filament Winding Machine used to manufacture GRP/Composite Pipes. You can see the the glass filaments going through the resin bath and then onto the steel mandrel. After winding the mandrel continues to rotate whilst the resin cures.

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              • Filamentwinding Machine - Winding of a squared tube

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                This is another video which shows my filament winding machine. This version runs a modified Marlin firmware. The gcode has been generated by a self-written script. In this video a squared tube is wounded, however, the gcode generator was written for rounded tubes, thats why the layering is not optimal. The turning zone of around 65mm on each side will be also optimized in future version. The tube has a planned length of 500mm, the total length is around 630mm because of the turning zones on each side. The winding angle is 25 degree.

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                • Filamentwinding Machine

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                  This is a the first run (winding) of my home made 3D printed filament winding machine. I already did some improvements (e.g. changed the firmware to support acceleration and look-ahead). More videos will follow :) Music: M83 - Midnight City

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                  • ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2012: Entrance wrapping simulation

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                    Simulation of the wrapping process of the entrance. The mechanical model calculated in SOFiSTiK is coupled with the parametric model in Grasshopper to solve the contact problem between the single fibres. The displaced fibres are shown along with the colour gradient displaying the fibre pre-stress. For further information visit: http://www.itke.uni-stuttgart.de/entwicklung.php?id=30 Project Team: ICD – Institute for Computational Design – Prof. Achim Menges ITKE – Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design – Prof. Dr. Jan Knippers University of Stuttgart Concept Development Manuel Schloz, Jakob Weigele System Development & Realisation: Sarah Haase, Markus Mittner, Josephine Ross, Manuel Schloz, Jonas Unger, Simone Vielhuber, Franziska Weidemann, Jakob Weigele, Natthida Wiwatwicha with the support of Michael Preisack, Michael Tondera Scientific Development & Project Management: Riccardo La Magna (structural design), Steffen Reichert (detail design), Tobias Schwinn (robotic fabrication), Frédéric Waimer (fibre composite technology & structural design) in collaboration with Departement of Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates – Prof. Dr. Oliver Betz Departement of Palaeontology of Invertebrates – Prof. Dr. James Nebelsick University of Tübingen Funding: KUKA Roboter GmbH, Competence Network Biomimetics, SGL Group, Momentive, Allianz Faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg, FBGS Draw Tower Gratings, MFTech, Minda Schenk, Stiftungen Landesbank Baden-Württemberg, Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG

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                    • ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2012: Production footage

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                      Footage of the production phase. For further information visit: http://www.itke.uni-stuttgart.de/entwicklung.php?id=30 Project Team: ICD – Institute for Computational Design – Prof. Achim Menges ITKE – Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design – Prof. Dr. Jan Knippers University of Stuttgart Concept Development Manuel Schloz, Jakob Weigele System Development & Realisation: Sarah Haase, Markus Mittner, Josephine Ross, Manuel Schloz, Jonas Unger, Simone Vielhuber, Franziska Weidemann, Jakob Weigele, Natthida Wiwatwicha with the support of Michael Preisack, Michael Tondera Scientific Development & Project Management: Riccardo La Magna (structural design), Steffen Reichert (detail design), Tobias Schwinn (robotic fabrication), Frédéric Waimer (fibre composite technology & structural design) in collaboration with Departement of Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates – Prof. Dr. Oliver Betz Departement of Palaeontology of Invertebrates – Prof. Dr. James Nebelsick University of Tübingen Funding: KUKA Roboter GmbH, Competence Network Biomimetics, SGL Group, Momentive, Allianz Faserbasierte Werkstoffe Baden-Württemberg, FBGS Draw Tower Gratings, MFTech, Minda Schenk, Stiftungen Landesbank Baden-Württemberg, Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG

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