Close up of frames in small building

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Posted by  Per Corell on June 15, 2002 at 02:56:47:


Another close view of the framework structure forming a small building volume.
The frames are CNC water or Laser cut from steel sheet or Plywood sheets , ----- but you only se the inside paneling and the framework forming the honeycomb structure that when the outer paneling are fit, will form an increadible strong whole.
The 3D-Honeycomb method work by shaping a thick shell of honeycomb frames around ,and within the building volume ; Foundations for floors and walls intergrate go in one with framework for roof.
Check the different groups about this new building method ,that work with modern CAD sustems and the production allready present.

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