Laser Cutter Example: “Serial Volume” by Andrew F. Scott (2010)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — Lauren Valley @ 12:49 am


This project is an organic-shaped sculpture consisting of fitted, laser-cut pieces of wood. Although this work does not appear to be created in likeness of any notable object, it was created using an algorithm called the “Rib Script,” which is a formula that produces individual wavy planes. The planes created by the Rib Script were then fitted together through slits cut in the wood.



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