Introduction: Week 2: Stacking or Nesting Objects
3D printing nesting objects.
Step 1: Procedural Geometry and Affine Transformations
Last week, we learned about transforming, stacking, and nesting objects.
I've followed the instructions given in the class and tried out different shapes and patterns.
Step 2: Revolve Surface
To revolve surface, a curve was drawn with the curve tool in Rhino.
Using the Revolve Surface component in Grasshopper, it was revolved to create a bowl-shaped basket geometry.
A nested set of stacked baskets were created with iterative scaling.
Step 3: Decorative Pattern (Surface Morph)
The baskets are decorated with a pattern created in last class.
Surface Morph component in Grasshopper is used.
Step 4: Rendering and Printing
This is a rendered image for the nesting baskets, and the estimation time for printing the smallest object is 1day 20minutes.