Post Comments | Scrapbook | Forum | Students | Search | ArchitectureWeek  

Posted by  Per Corell on February 08, 2003 at 04:09:00:


The 3D-Honeycomb method create the actural frame structure for the building.
When preparing the 3D drawing, you make sure that all walls and internal structure are there in 3D, then the 3D-H structure are generated so each building compoment can be cut from various sheet materials.
You do not end up with a building structure with 20 different steel beam types being attached individually with bolts or rivets, and you don't end up with a steel beam structure, where each corner assembly need fitted with special fittings and extra bolts or particular welding.
There are only one material , sheet material that in a prepared assembly make an end to 20 different extrudes steel profiles asking each maby 10 different mashines to produce.
With architectural "sketches" you even find, that a lot of these can go directly to the manufactoring where the tradisional building methods work very different.
Reson is the direct link to production, that even with what I call a sketch, bring a result very close to the actural and real structure assembly.

Per Corell
Nice talking to you

ArchitectureWeek     Search     Buildings     Architects     Types     Places     Pix     Free 3D Models     Store     Library

Search by name of Building, Architect, or Place:   
Examples:  "Fallingwater",  "Wright",  "Paris"           Advanced Search

Comments & Questions:

Post Comments & Questions -



This is an archive page. Please post continuing discussion to the new Architecture Scrapbook.
To post successfully to the new membership-based DesignCommunity Forums:

    1) Go to the new forums area.
    2) Register with a valid email address.
    3) Receive and respond to the confirmation email.
    4) Then login to the new forum system.


Architecture Forum | DesignWorkshop Forum | User Galleries | Architecture Scrapbook

Special thanks to our Sustaining Subscribers including .

Home | Great Buildings | CAD Outpost | DesignWorkshop | Free 3D | Gallery | Search | ArchitectureWeek
This document is provided for on-line viewing only. /scrapbook/2365.html