Thank you to the jury of the Agora grant for research (Ruedi Baur, Claire Brunet, Jean-Louis Frechin, Alexandre Labasse, Bernard Moïse, Caroline Naphegyi, Gilles Rougon) for selecting my work among the finalist projects. Supported by the french Ministry of Culture and the Hermès corporate foundation, the Agora grant aims to support “the major role of design in addressing the key challenges of contemporary society”.
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Following the invitation of Philippe Marin, designer and researcher, I am very happy to present my project ZAG during the study day Le Concepteur et la Machine (“The Designer and the Machine”), which is held at the ENSCI-Les Ateliers school on 13/12/2018 (as part of the program Design en Séminaire).
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The experiments I carried out as part of my project ZAG allowed me to obtain structural organizations, linked to the very principle of fused deposition 3D printing. This results in particular aesthetics, as well as many properties: shape memory, flexibility, elasticity, transformability, friction, grip, interaction with light….
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ZAG project is based on the design of a directory of parametric 3D models (allowing to vary independently and precisely the “parts” that constitute it, and thus to generate different versions, at will), then the experimentation of many structural variants.
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The ZAG project is an exploration of the potential of fused deposition 3D printing (FDM). This research aims to highlight the specific qualities of this manufacturing technique.
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I had been looking for some time for a parametric hook modeling, but I did not find an existing and free model that ideally combines solidity and freedom of configuration. So I created the object I wanted, in the form of a customizable 3D file, created on OpenScad, freely downloadable and easily achievable in 3D printing as a “finished product”.
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