RB_RS COLLABORATIVE WORKSHOP
HvA Robot Studio Team: Jakob de Konink | Cameron Roeten | David 't Lam
The workshop focus on a general design of the structure towards a beam section that can be robotically produced.
In order to produce this beam section we will work on a digital data base of the wood we have available at the Robot Studio Lab and that could be stacked based on a packing strategy in order to robotically mill the necessary material.
Finally we will approach the production aspect by working on a digital simulation of the milling.
This scale focuses on parametric form finding methodologies of an architectural space that eventually is analysed and optimised structurally to propose multi performative wood beam structure.
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Step 1: Create a point cloud
Step 2: Use the Dendro plug in to create a volume and turn it into a mesh
Step 3: Create a mesh for the floor in the same way
Step 4: Anchor the floor points and relax the mesh
Mesh comparison relaxed-unrelaxed
Step 5: Add supports (bottom) & loads (top)
Step 6: Use karamba plug in to create stress lines