Print to Build Furniture Joint by Gellert Olle

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Print to Build

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Furniture Joint

INSPIRATION:
The basic question driving my project is how we can make use desktop 3D printers as best as we can in our homes. This is a very current problem, because in the past the main focus was on rapid prototyping but in the future it is on rapid manufacturing. One of the possible solutions is the joint design. If we want to create larger objects with our printers, we should print only the small joints and we will be able to connect bigger parts from different materials.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
I optimised my joint collection to 3D printers. It is allowed to connect 8 millimetres plywood sheets to each other in different angles. It contains 90, 45, 120 degree elements. One important feature of the design is that you do not have to screw or glue the parts. It is possible to build furniture, installations, partitions and anything else. It only depends on your creativity. I wanted to draw attention to the importance of changing our thinking as to how to build something with 3D printers

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
One important feature of the design is that you do not have to screw or glue the parts. That is why it became something like a toy for adults.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project was started in Fabruary 2015 and finished in June 2015. It was Exhibited in Singapore, Paris, Madrid and Jönköping in 2016 and Budapest in 2017.

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
I optimised mcheapest and the simplest technology. It was important to find the form which contains the less material and the maximum strength. When you print it there are no special options needed. The autogenerated support could be convenient. This is because I optimised it to the most basic printers. The prototype was printed by SLS technology. y joint collection to FDM printers because this is the cheapest and the simplest technology. It was important to find the form which contains the less material and the maximum strength. When you print it there are no special options needed. The autogenerated support could be convenient. This is because I optimised it to the most basic printers. The prototype was printed by SLS technology.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
height: 30; width: 50-10, length: 50-100

TAGS:
furniture, joint, collection, toy, multifunction, plywood, 3D print

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
The basic question driving my project is how we can make use desktop 3D printers as best as we can in our homes. This is a very current problem, because in the past the main focus was on rapid prototyping but in the future it is on rapid manufacturing. In the last few years it became common that the studios and the individual designers use printers to produce their models. This kind of use was the privilege of the professionals. But it is changing.

CHALLENGE:
If the production is become the part of our household and everybody finds printable models on different web clouds, the designer’s duty is to find and design the optimal types of object for this technology. One of the possible solutions is the joint design. If we want to create larger objects with our printers, we should print only the small joints and we will be able to connect bigger parts from different materials.

ADDED DATE:
2017-06-04 19:47:12

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Gellert Olle, 2017.

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Gellért Ollé

PROFILE:
Gellért Ollé is a product designer, specialized to furniture design. Hi is working as a freelacer in Budapest, Hungary. He has been participated in very different projects from research based conceptual design projects to festival installations. The sustainability and the localy defined valiues are always at the main point of his projects.

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Print to Build Furniture Joint by Gellert Olle is a Nominee in 3D Printed Forms and Products Design Category.

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Print to Build Furniture Joint by Gellert Olle is Winner in 3D Printed Forms and Products Design Category, 2017 - 2018.



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