Mathematical analysis of laser-cut ‘living hinges’

Area man finds practical use for math

[Patrick Fenner] realised that a bit of mathematical modelling could lead to better designed hinges. This could mean fewer rounds of trial-and-error prototype tests, which would reduce the cost of using lattice hinges in a project, and better fatigue resistance, meaning the hinges could be used for moving parts instead of just for static bends.

One Response to “Mathematical analysis of laser-cut ‘living hinges’”

  1. Jeremy Says:

    Just wanted to pop in and mention the photo on this article is from a thing I made over at:

    Keep up the good work!