How did ron arad use computer software to produce his pieces of work?
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Asked by: rupertklass-ga
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08 Oct 2004 07:13 PDT
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What computer software did designer Ron Arad use while producing his work "Bouncing Vase" and what did the process entail?
Re: How did ron arad use computer software to produce his pieces of work?
Answered By: googleexpert-ga on 09 Oct 2004 08:11 PDT
Hi Rupert, Based on what I found initially[1,2], I thought Ron Arad used either 3D Studio Max or Rhino3D, or Alias Wavefront for the 3D Modeling. However, since I found out more about Stereolithography, I think Ron Arad used Autocad for the modeling and then took his designs to Materialise for help in making his prototype, specfically his "Bouncing Vase" as pictured on that page . To produce the pieces himself, it looks like Ron Arad uses 3D Systems' Thermojet Printer "How Stereolithography (3-D Layering) works"  is a good place to start for more information on Ron Arad's production process. References -------------  http://laminadesign.com/refinput.html  http://laminadesign.com/refall.html  http://www.3dsystems.com/newsevents/3donline/edge-00-May.asp  http://www.artnet.com/artist/182356/Ron_Arad.html  http://www.materialise.com/newsletter-today/mt2000v1p2_ENG.html  http://computer.howstuffworks.com/stereolith.htm/printable  http://www.turbosquid.com/FullPreview/Index.cfm/ID/212107/Action/FullPreview [Search Strategy] "Ron Arad" 3D .stl file format "ron arad" stereolithography Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. -googleexpert
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