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Announcing the 2011 ICFF Contest Winner


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Congrats Dominik!
#1 jeff bare on 2011-05-09 19:08 (Reply)
#2 Dizingof (Homepage) on 2011-05-09 19:12 (Reply)
Well done!
#3 Hugh McGahern on 2011-05-09 20:58 (Reply)
A very graceful and beautiful design. Congratulations!
#4 Aaron Trocola (Homepage) on 2011-05-09 22:58 (Reply)
Good idea there... I am interested how this will work as real object. Cantilever span looks really large so it may sag down as paper gets piled up on top (as it happens in real world). Unless... it is printed with really hard material. Looking forward to see the real thing.
#5 Azur on 2011-05-09 23:45 (Reply)
Duann, does that ring a bell ? :-) (Siggraph 2010)

@Azur perhaps ABS or Alumide (?)
#5.1 Dizingof on 2011-05-10 00:26 (Reply)
Yeah, It is too big for alumide or ABS,
I understand there is increased thickness in the area supporting the most stress.

We will see when it comes out of the printer.
#5.1.1 duann scott on 2011-05-10 00:30 (Reply)
Yeah ABS would work better than Alumide, I think... Hey, print it in metal.... well that's going to cost sweet $, though :-)
#5.1.2 Azur on 2011-05-10 06:10 (Reply)
Thanks everyone!
#6 dominik on 2011-05-10 11:44 (Reply)
Stylish design.
#7 unellenu (Homepage) on 2011-05-11 02:42 (Reply)
Congratulation my teacher. hope u show to me more your product at class :-D.
#8 Nam on 2011-08-17 10:54 (Reply)

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