Pattern generated by cutting mass holes on sheet

Now , I know how to create pattern by cutting holes on sheet ( like aluminum sheet , stainless sheet etc., ) ,

Firstly we need to create mass numbers of circle from bitmap , calculate by grasshopper , then we need to cut holes to get final works , but GH will be lagged or even computer goes down , so that is why I have to loop split surface via such definition .

see pics to know why I like to cut holes now .

3D design-Pattern generated by cutting mass holes on sheet -13D design-Pattern generated by cutting mass holes on sheet -2 3D design-Pattern generated by cutting mass holes on sheet -3

Here is the video to create the pattern .  🙂

 

How precise is my huge delta 3D printer to make “Micro” Model

I suddenly want to share this model as “Micro” 3d print from my big delta after the article of “micro metal 3d print ”

My big delta 3d-printer is not only big for car parts or big projects , these days , a client talk to me , he think it should only print big models , in fact , as long as the parameter is correct , my printer can do “tiny” item .

Here is the picture of gold fish model , which is printed at 0.01mm per layer , 50 mm/s . ( I suppose if structure is stronger , speed slower , the appearance will be better )

3D print works-How precise is my huge delta 3D printer to make “Micro” Model -1 3D print works-How precise is my huge delta 3D printer to make “Micro” Model -2 3D print works-How precise is my huge delta 3D printer to make “Micro” Model -3 3D print works-How precise is my huge delta 3D printer to make “Micro” Model -4

Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample

I get in touch with top metal 3d print company , they focus on small & tiny and high value products , the machine is very expensive , usually for medical institutions, government, university , Multinational corporations , Aviation enterprises etc., and they also accept mass order to make products according customer’s request . Please check below pics to know how small is the 3D Metal print parts . They say other 3D print machine like Germany EOS can not make it . I hope some one teach me more about this field .

As I am good at Rhino3D and Grasshopper 3D design , I can help customer to design parts . So I can accept orders as part time job  .

Thanks the world brings so many interesting stuffs .

3D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -13D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -23D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -3
3D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -4 3D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -5 3D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -6
3D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -7 3D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -8

3D print works-Micro 3Dprint metal , stainless, alloy sample -9

03.02.2017 startupgrind GuangZhou

Tonight I attend startupgrind fair to see Steven Hoffman. He is a good teacher. 

1. what is starupgrind.

2.why we rate first.

3. what will be next to AI. Will our brain download knowledge from cloud ? 

4. what free lesson to get after create startup .

5. Find a good team .

6. CEO is important .

7. how to find funds. 

8. AD time : his new book “make elephant fly.”

QA: what is difference between idealab and starup. 

so many confused question … ( ´▽` )

understand new technology is important for future. 

Uncategorized-03.02.2017 startupgrind GuangZhou -1

Uncategorized-03.02.2017 startupgrind GuangZhou -2

Uncategorized-03.02.2017 startupgrind GuangZhou -3

In Silicon Valley, Steven Hoffman is known as Captain Hoff. He’s the Captain and Chairman of Founders Space, where he has educated and trained hundreds of startup founders and corporate executives in the art of innovation.

Founders Space was ranked a Top 10 Incubator inInc. Magazine and the#1 Accelerator for startups coming to Silicon Valley from overseas in Forbes Magazine.

Always innovating on his life, Hoffman has tried more professions than cats have lives, including serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, angel investor, mobile studio head, computer engineer, filmmaker, Hollywood TV exec, published author, coder, game designer, manga rewriter, animator and voice actor.

As a boy Hoffman dreamed of making movies and games. He created over 50 short films and 80 games before graduating high school. Pursuing his passions, he earned a BS in Computer Engineering from UC Santa Barbara and a Masters in Cinema Television from USC.

His first job in Hollywood was reading TV scripts, but he quickly rose to development executive. Moving to Japan, he went on to work at Sega, where his group collaborated with Hollywood on interactive movies and games.

Upon returning to Silicon Valley, Hoffman founded LavaMind, which produced dozens of online and mobile games, as well as designed digital products for Disney, Qualcomm, Intel, MetLife and Sesame Workshop.

Hoffman launched Spiderdance, his second startup, producing interactive TV shows for MTV, NBC, Warner Brothers, TBS, Sony and A&E. At the same time, Hoffman helped found the Academy of Television’s Interactive Media Group and the Producers Guild New Media Council.

After writing a book on game design, Hoffman joined Infospace, as their North American Studio Head, where he ran US mobile games. Hoffman then cofounded three venture funded startups focused on media, games and entertainment.