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Tensegrity is the ability of a structure to stabilize itself through the interplay of the forces of tension and compression that are distributed and balanced within it.
A model to apprehend this phenomenon.
The basic element measures 10 x 9 cm and is 8 cm high.
You have to print two.
I used string to support the structure.
It is better to start with the two side pieces, they must be parallel. Then tie the central strand to be at the right height.
Printed without support.
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3D printing settings
Extruder: 200°C and bed: 55°C
Layer height: 0.2 / 0.3 mm
Vertical hulls, perimeter: 3
Horizontal hulls, solid roof: 3 and below: 3
Filling density: 20%.
Speed perimeter: 30 mm / s
3D printer file information
3D design format: MTL, OBJ, and STL Folder details Close
- Publication date: 2020/04/26 at 21:06
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