Stage 1 Summary
Stage 1 Summary
Magnetic Deposition and Nozzle Experiments
Results from jumping scale and simulating an additive process that could be replicated by a machine.
Formations outside of our test cubes.
Samples from our material investigation.
Reference 03 -
The feasibility to jump scales later in our research. :)
Reference 02 -
Venus Natural Crystal Chair by Tokujin Yoshioka
… IN PROGRESS
What we do know is that we need a paramagnetic material, which is not itself magnetic, but undergoes attraction when placed in a magnetic field. Iron possibly mixed with an alkaline earth metal is very common to find. Along these lines we can decide to focus on two objectives. Since we ended up picking up the material for free from waste we should focus on metal that are dead in the recycling process. So on a smaller testing scale we should create a parameter to only use this method of obtaining the material. The second would to add and natural
Searching for material throughout Barcelona we found the places that shaved keys provided free iron shaving that we could use as the alloy for the magnetic mixture. We firts created test areas of small plastic boxes to manipulate the mixture. Method 01 consisted of placing a portion of the mixture and adding the magnets to the side to push and pull the material. Method 02 focused on setting the magnets in a speciwfic way to then add the material to the preformed magnetic field. Method 03 is to mix the raw ingredients directly in the magnetic field.
Throughout this process we cunducted a total of test mixing variations of liquid plastic . .etc… .
Method 02 seems to be the most logical method.
Method 03 could provide some reallyl intereseting result that could give us references for construction process.
Possible application :
Something about placing plastic objects in the gravity field to be removed once the material solidifies as Method A
Why not making an electromagnet by our-self :
and maybe later we will be able to control the magnet field enought to let the material “fly” in levitation at the desired point: