*비정형 스트럭쳐 조인트 Arup Develops 3D Printing Technique for Structural Steel

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세계적인 스트럭쳐 컴패니 ARUP이 디자인한 유기적인 형태의 스틸 조인트는 점점 요구되는 비정형 공간 그리고 이를 가시적으로 실현하기 위한 구조시스템을 실험하기 위한 다양한 대안 중 하나이다. 다양한 각도, 방향에서 전달되는 인장력간의 발란스를 조정하는 노드점으로 디지털 시뮬레이션 후 3D 프린터를 통해 실시간으로 출력, 검증된다. 형의상학적인 유기적 형태는 전통적인 결구방식 이후의 스트럭쳐 시스템 대안으로 제안되며 불필요한 과설계 방지, 부재간의 잉여를 최소한으로 유지시킴으로써 비정형적인 건축환경에서의 공간과 구조와의 밀착된 경험을 보장한다.


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A team lead by Arup has developed a method of designing and 3D Printing  joints which will significantly reduce the time and cost needed to make complex nodes in tensile structures. Their research is being touted as “a whole new direction for the use of additive manufacturing” which provides a way of taking 3D printing “firmly into the realm of real-world, hard hat construction.”


Aside from creating more elegant components which express the forces within each individual joint - as you can see in the above photo – the innovation could potentially reduce costs, cut waste and slash the carbon footprint of the construction sector.




Salomé Galjaard, the team leader at , commented: “By using additive manufacturing we can create lots of complex individually designed pieces far more efficiently. This has tremendous implications for reducing costs and cutting waste. But most importantly, this approach potentially enables a very sophisticated design, without the need to simplify the design in a later stage to lower costs.”


Although the traditional method of manufacturing these steel nodes is currently cheaper, Arup is predicting that “this will change in the short term.”

Others involved in developing the technology were WithinLab (an engineering design software and consulting company), CRDM/3D Systems (the Additive Manufacturing partner) and EOS, who worked on the early development of the technology.



from  archdaily


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