Message - Re: Azimuths of the Parthenon

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Posted by  Per Corell on December 19, 2002 at 12:40:56:

In Reply to:  Re: Azimuths of the Parthenon posted by Manuel Oliveros on December 19, 2002 at 10:12:23:

You write ;
"Furthermore the requirements of industrial fabrication being repetition-related, it is unlikely that the structures are more easily adopted precisely in such double curvature structures, out of lack of commonnality in components".

How can you state this, when rendered 3D models show, that from sheet material all different 3D curved forms can be created, if you have not seen this, you can not have visited the sites, where I sjow round structures fro rounded formed structure, beside, tons of structures where the honeycomb box are turned -45 deg work perfect, computer simolation started visual and you can not render a 3D-H unless you in 3D havd defigned the assembly woth all copoments, ready for the _simplest_ production in the simplest best uniform multi porpous material, with the cheapest N.C. cutting equipment.

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