3D printing and it’s manifacturing potentials. Experiments on additive manufacturing and its benefits considering complex geometries, surface and flexibility.

This first attempt accounts from the prossibility to produce elements which are already intertwined at the outset. By that arose a chain-like structure to fill the space, which gains through its variances almost textile qualities.

In the second method I developed a single surface, which‘s outline contour lies on the cube‘s lateral surface and builds up rotation-symmetrically around the space diagonale.

This construction also consists of a single ribbon. The bending geometry in combination with it’s wall thickness and printing resolution makes it springy and solide depending on position.