Pandora Revisited

For this assignment, we were to create different modules based on the given 3 keywords. The keywords that I have gotten — Lift, Shift and Reflect.

Module 1

Module 2


In the end I went with Module 2, it is easily stackable compared to Module 1. For the mould, I tried both of the methods, Latex and Silicon. The silicon method did not work very well, the mould only managed to capture one side of my module. Hence resorted to the latex method…… 10 hours of horror.

The results were better than I expected compared to the silicon mould. The replicas that came out from the latex mould were as good as the original!

Silicon Casting

Initially I wanted to stack 3 of my modules together creating this spinal cord-like structure. Due to the multiple openings/holes of the modules, the silicon may slipped into the multiple openings and taking the modules out of the cast may be a big problem.

So I went with this structure instead. The modules interlocked with each other which creates an infinity sign.

So I placed 4 of the replicas together for the cast.

Final ice tray

2 Replies to “Pandora Revisited”

  1. Clear process documentation and great attempts in orthogonal (Plans, Sections and Elevation) drawings as well as isometric drawing. Do another set of these for your ideal final Ice-tray. An Isometric drawing of the arrangement of 4-6 modules would demonstrate your intentions better. Add some shading so we get a better sense of depth and height in your isometric drawing. Looking forward to your ‘Infinity’ ice rings JJ 🙂

  2. JJ Do compile a Final PDF Layout for this assignment showing the final 4-6 ice-module configuration, 3 Operative Verbs, full set of Technical drawings (Plans, Sections, Elevations & Isometric drawings)…

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