I wanted to share a bracelet that I modeled in 3D and got rapid prototyped. As a techniques project, the assignment asked us to produce a functional object within a small cube (2″ x 2″ or 3″ x 3″).
With the links being printed inside one another, I created a bracelet that is printed in a small cubic area and folds out into it’s actual size once the support material has been removed.
To view the conceptual model larger, click here
As part of our Farm Philly Project, my group and I researched and developed concepts for the treatment and recycling of grey water for use in urban farms.
We mapped out some information we learned from research and prototyping until we reached a well developed idea that we confidently could say will work out beneficially.
After meeting our client, Mill Creek Urban Farm, we discussed the project with them, to see exactly what they wanted. We returned to the studio and began brainstorming and sketching out the kinks to seamlessly integrate our system into their existing sink plumbing system on site.
Here’s the model of our design integrated into their site:
As a class, we’re taking all of the content we worked on and are currently working on for our Philly Urban Farming project. All of the groups and their respective members have access to posting and editing on the site, and we’re going to try to establish ourselves in the urban farming world, more specifically, the Philly urban farming world.
Check out the site at farmphilly.com
Check out my portfolio page here
It’s here, I received my latest prototypes this morning after glassblowing. After classes tonight I spent a few hours forming each spoon and fork and preparing them for the final display.
I uploaded a few shots I took during the process, and as always, let me know what you think.
Check it out at the Ponoko Showroom here
Also, check out the Ponoko Blog, thanks to Duann for the post