Laser Cutter Example: “Foldable Fractal 2.0” by Sanch (2010)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — zachrispoli @ 4:14 pm


Foldable Fractal is a project originaly created during the Generator.x 2.0: ‘Beyond The Screen’ workshop run by Marius Watz, in Berlin in 2007. The piece was generated using a recursive algorythm based on Lindermayer system . The software vvvv was used to generate the cutting path. The piece is based on a recursion of a pentagon shape formed after folding a pentagonal dodecahedron . The piece was created using the laser to score the material to enqble folding, thus simplifying and accelerating the process of fabrication.

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