Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Sam Lilley:: Project 3- Laser Studies

In the final project, we used laser cutters to cut out two dimensional forms and assemble them into 3-D forms.

Experimenting in forms with rhino is a great way to get my creative process going. I like to use the loft tool to build forms up from simple closed lines. This one was made using that method. I have selected the contours that will be cut.

Here are the final cutting sheets, using notching and serialization.

Sam Lilley
Jeweler :: Metalsmith :: Designer

1 comment:

  1. Hello I've been watching your blog and I founded those type of 2d patterns that you made... How you made it in rhino? Im looking for an easy 2d pattern maker inside rhino... many thanks, great works.