Extruded Fractal Flake
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3D model description
Extruded fractal flake prototype.
A predecessor to the fractal flake vase I made some years ago. The basic shape and parametric model is almost the same: A variation of the Koch-curve with hexagons, which changes in rotation and fractal-depth along the extruded direction.
The geometry was created using Rhino3D and Grasshopper.
3D printing settings
Resolution: 0.3 mm
Filament brand: Generic
Filament color: Generic
Filament material: PLA
The file should be printed in spiral or vase mode, where only the outer shell is used. With a thickness of 0.4-0.6 mm there's a good compromise between stiffness and translucency.
3D printer file information
3D design format: STL Folder details Close
- 3D model size: X 71.7 × Y 64.1 × Z 200 mm
- Publication date: 2021/12/01 at 01:03
- computational design
- koch snowflake
- lamp shade
- mathematical art
- parametric design
- spiral mode
- vase mode
My name is Alec Singh and I’m working in architecture and structural engineering. I have a strong background in computational design and digital fabrication methods.This is the place where I share my work and research.
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