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  • HelenR26 commented on Aaron Porterfield's instructable Curved laser bent wood9 months ago
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    Hi Defproc,I saw on your blog searches you do on knitting hinges, and I was quite interested in including them in my doctoral thesis, but I got some questions about the geometry:1. What is the origin of the geometry of kerf pieces of wood?2. As cutting geometry was chosen compared to the movement/set of hinge piece of wood?3. The movement/set of hinge piece of wood was achieved as desired?3.1 If so, the movement / set of hinge is equal to the desired?3.2 What is the criterion of control used in the two-dimensional geometric model construction to set the kerf on the laser machine?4. What is the model of kerfing machine laser used for these pieces of wood?5. What are the software used for the design and for cutting?These questions serve to feed my research on my PhD in "The flexibili...see more »Hi Defproc,I saw on your blog searches you do on knitting hinges, and I was quite interested in including them in my doctoral thesis, but I got some questions about the geometry:1. What is the origin of the geometry of kerf pieces of wood?2. As cutting geometry was chosen compared to the movement/set of hinge piece of wood?3. The movement/set of hinge piece of wood was achieved as desired?3.1 If so, the movement / set of hinge is equal to the desired?3.2 What is the criterion of control used in the two-dimensional geometric model construction to set the kerf on the laser machine?4. What is the model of kerfing machine laser used for these pieces of wood?5. What are the software used for the design and for cutting?These questions serve to feed my research on my PhD in "The flexibility of essentially rigid materials from the parametric design and digital fabrication."I thank you immensely availability and help.Regards,

    Hi Aaron,I saw on your blog searches you do on knitting hinges, and I was quite interested in including them in my doctoral thesis, but I got some questions about the geometry:1. What is the origin of the geometry of kerf pieces of wood?2. As cutting geometry was chosen compared to the movement/set of hinge piece of wood?3. The movement/set of hinge piece of wood was achieved as desired?3.1 If so, the movement / set of hinge is equal to the desired?3.2 What is the criterion of control used in the two-dimensional geometric model construction to set the kerf on the laser machine?4. What is the model of kerfing machine laser used for these pieces of wood?5. What are the software used for the design and for cutting?These questions serve to feed my research on my PhD in "The flexibility...see more »Hi Aaron,I saw on your blog searches you do on knitting hinges, and I was quite interested in including them in my doctoral thesis, but I got some questions about the geometry:1. What is the origin of the geometry of kerf pieces of wood?2. As cutting geometry was chosen compared to the movement/set of hinge piece of wood?3. The movement/set of hinge piece of wood was achieved as desired?3.1 If so, the movement / set of hinge is equal to the desired?3.2 What is the criterion of control used in the two-dimensional geometric model construction to set the kerf on the laser machine?4. What is the model of kerfing machine laser used for these pieces of wood?5. What are the software used for the design and for cutting?These questions serve to feed my research on my PhD in "The flexibility of essentially rigid materials from the parametric design and digital fabrication."I thank you immensely availability and help.Regards,

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