Laser Cutting: Folded Lamps

Workshop


Apr 10th,

8:30am — 11:30am


Location: Weil Hall, Digital Fabrication Lab

About The Workshop

Strategic workflow from rhino to the laser cut product. This is helpful for flattening models built in rhino for laser cutting as an alternative solution to AutoCad. Additionally, it demonstrates the laser as a quick way of prototyping models and altering them to be foldable, glue-able structures.

Cross Disciplinary Connections

This workshop is great for students who use rhino and would like to laser cut directly from rhino. Additionally, it offers insight into more sculptural lighting and introduces artists in the field working with light and shadow.

Takeaways

A 3 Dimensional laser cut sculptural luminary. This will be designed by students and cut in the workshop.

Resources for Continued Investigation

http://www.anilaagha.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2A0Mme6by4 (rhino demo)
https://www.billwillstudio.com/installations#/war-machine/

Next Steps

Contact Instructor. Additionally, Anila Quayyum Agha is a great resource to look at regarding geometries and precision cut luminaries.

Instructors

  • Matt Branham, Instructional Technician, Digital Fabrication Focus

    BFA University of Kansas
    MFA University of Cincinnati


Related Tools & Resources

Sign Up | Waitlist

Those who sign up will ask to confirm their participation in the days before the workshop. If you do not confirm and are not very sure you will participate your spot will be given to someone on the waitlist. For more info, questions, or if the workshop is closed and you really want to participate, contact jhanahan@wustl.edu

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