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By Cristiano Ceccato (auth.), Cristiano Ceccato, Lars Hesselgren, Mark Pauly, Helmut Pottmann, Johannes Wallner (eds.)

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This approach is based on the conjunction of computation, digital fabrication, and traditional craft techniques. Herein modern CNC wood joinery machinery allows the cutting of monolithic joints in high speed and variable geometry (Figure 5). These joints allow for fast assembly as they incorporate self registering geometrical properties such as contemporary industrial snap fit joints [Schindler 2009]. The improved understanding of forces within massive wood, in its monolithic joints as well as in its assembly as structural systems through Finite Element systems [Holzner 1999] allows for new applications of traditional wood crafts.

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