Facades+ Performance in Chicago October 24th & 25th 



Rigidized® Metals Corporation is a proud sponsor of the second of this years event. We will have a table set up to discuss how our deep textured metals increase the performance of metal facades. The program like last year features a second day of workshops and in-depth dialogues about developments in high performance facades.

Please visit their web site for more information: Facades+ Performance

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New Rigidized® Metals DuoTex Patterns 



Our Linear Deep Textures on an Embossed Surface On

Rigidized® Metals' DuoTex patterns combine the bold presence of our linear deep textures on a refined embossed surface to create a great look at fifteen feet and fifteen inches.



Download for Brochure: DuoTex for Elevators Brochure
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Parametric CNC Fabricating in Wood? 



+FARM Summer Studio 2013 would like to thank our friends at Rigidized® Metals Corporation for helping to make our one week design+construction project a massive success! The Rigidized® Metals Fabrication Team CNC'd our Hunter + Artist Cabin structural ribs in a single day! Hip Hip Hoary!

+FARM Summer Studio 2013: On August 3rd 13 people arrived to Perrysburg, NY (from different states, countries, and continents) and in 7 days they designed, fabricated, and constructed a cabin for a hunter and artist.

Link to Web Site: www.plusfarm.org
Link to Facebook Page: +Farm Summer Studio 2013
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Rigidized Metal will be at GreenBuild in Philadelphia November 20-22, 2013 



Make Plans to Visit the Rigidized Metals Exhibit at GreenBuild in Philadelphia
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Deep Textured Metals Shape Skin Competition Finalist 



UB professors Christopher Romano, Nicholas Bruscia are finalist in a recent digital fabrication contest http://tex-fab.net/skin-results/. This UB team leads sponsored research with support from Rigidized® Metals to explore the properties of deep textured metal on structures.

From the competition web site:
The first of the clearly agreed upon entry was Project 2XmT with a great many votes and a clearly developed working model, the entry was selected without much deliberation with just a few comments, one from Randy Stratman, “from a practicality standpoint it looks like they are pretty far along. It looks like they already have a mockup. I’m a big fan of how small undulations or changing panels really have a dramatic impact from the viewing standpoint moving around the building”
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