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This is a fabrication method that is similar to Oragami. We machine flat laminated panels in unique patterns that are then folded and assembled into a variety of functional shapes.
Starts as a flat laminated panel.
Panel is machined on the underside with strategically placed V-grooves that stop short of penetrating the panel face.
The Origami-like panel is then folded, glued, and assembled.
Although miter-folding has no minimum quantity, there are programming costs that save money if quantities are larger.
Finishes have the same requirements as other processes where films are concerned.
Each project must consume a minimum roll of non-standard finishes. (Approx. 250 LY)
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