Monthly Archives: November 2010

Hot Wire Attachment Linear Expansion

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Radial Hot Wire

Our intention for the coffee table is to successful replicate a module, based on Evan Douglis’s Displaycase Membrane. We were looking at how a hot wire could excavate foam without milling. We didn’t want a long insubstantial mass, so we … Continue reading

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Hot Wire Cutter

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Chris & Shane Tool Path Test

Chris and I had some success in stringing around the nail heads with enough tension to hold the pattern. This was just a sample. We realized the path size taken around each nail head was key. We just need to … Continue reading

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Strait Hot Wire Build & First tests

Some Pictures & Video of testing Hot Wire: Looking at how the leads are attached along with tracking down the right size foam. The size of the foam will play a vital role in the final design and construction of … Continue reading

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“Stab and Place” trial run

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Radial Hot Wire Attachment

This is a mockup of the radial hot wire attachment. There is a lot of shake in the wire. I am not too concerned about the shake, because the wire gauge used is 5x thinner than the final wire. I … Continue reading

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