3D Printed Lidinoid

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3D Printed Lidinoid
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This cube of mind-boggling geometry was donated by our member supervisor and Medical Physics PhD student Thore Bucking. He 3D printed and hand-finished this model of a Lidinoid, a shape with a ‘minimal surface’ that was discovered by scientist Sven Lidin. Minimal surfaces are often explained using the example of a wire frame dipped in soapy water: of all the possible shapes that could span the wire frame, the soap film takes the one with minimal energy. 

Sample ID: 1344

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Thore Bucking
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3D Printed | Geometry | Minimal surface

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