This model shows a simplified principle, which is also found in most toilets. When water is slowly filled, the water level slowly rises. This could be used for the seat height of a chair. As soon as the water level reaches a certain height, the tank „flushes“ everything out and the water level, i.e. the seat height, drops enormously. A pump could slowly fill the flushed out water back into the tank and the rythm „slowly up and fast down“ starts again.
Emanuel Spiecker_Pythagorean Siphon Stool
Lukas Clark_plastic modelling tools
I made simple tools that allowed me to manipulate the plastic extrusion after it comes out of the extruder. That way I can give an extrusion a shape and turn it into an object.
Lukas Klein_Worry Stone
The Worry Stone is a stone without being a stone
I made a simple extruder out of an aluminum rod and a steel tube.
I could fill this with plastic, heat it in my oven and then extrude plastic out of it.
A combination of fake fur and leather to emulate real fur. It’s Real Fake Fur!
I made a simple box out of steel and stone and wanted to heat it with a battery and a resistance wire.
The wire did not get hot enough, so I used a blowtorch.
Dario Schmid_Mobile Nectar Station
This object is hiking staff and nectar station in one! Insects and hikers love it alike
Lukas Klein_Interfering Pen
The interfering pen reminds and interferes during use.