Adaptation to project requirements is key to WoodSkin’s ethos. Users can specify the triangle size, geometry and density within the sheet, as well as the thickness of wood ranging between 4 and 30 mm (0.15 and 1.18 in). WoodSkin is available in modules, sheets or rolls and has the ability to be linked together to form large continuous surfaces.
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Interdisciplinary design studio MammaFotogramma hope to go someway towards bridging worlds real and virtual through the development of a flexible wood surfacing material named WoodSkin, which, being CNC-friendly, lends itself to all sorts of abstract forms.
WoodSkin is a sandwich of plywood triangular tiles with a textile mesh in between. The production process takes a composite nylon and polymer mesh and encases it between sheets of Finnish plywood, all of which are glued together using a custom mixed adhesive. A three-part compression process then strengthens the material to support its movements. The sandwiched materials are cut into small modules by a CNC mill that creates the 3D pattern and breaks up the rigid surface.
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