Structure, Design, and Mechanics of a Pop-Up Origami with Cuts

  title={Structure, Design, and Mechanics of a Pop-Up Origami with Cuts},
  author={Taiju Yoneda and Yoshinobu Miyamoto and Hirofumi Wada},
  journal={Physical Review Applied},
Rotational erection system (RES) represents an origami-based design method for generating a three-dimensional (3D) structure from a planar sheet without compression. Its rotational and translational kinematics is fully encoded in a form of prescribed cuts and folds that has only zero degrees of freedom in the geometric limit. Here we characterize mechanical and geometric properties of a threefold symmetric RES by combining finite element numerical simulation and physical experiment. We… 

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