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Difference btw aestethic and technical surface?

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bbrannerud
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Difference btw aestethic and technical surface?

Hello, I wonder what's the difference between a technical surface and an aestethic surface, the only thing I found was:

"The technology has encompassed two main fields. Either creating aesthetic (class A surfaces) that also perform a function; for example, car bodies and consumer product outer forms, or technical surfaces for components such as gas turbine blades and other fluid dynamic engineering components."

Can someone explain in a short version?


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Re: Difference btw aestethic and technical surface?

Shorter than what you already found? AFAIK a technical surface is a surface that has a purpose but doesn't need to be appealing or beautiful. The body of a car serves a technical (aerodynamic) purpose, but also aesthetic because it needs to be "beautiful"

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Re: Difference btw aestethic and technical surface?

Shorter than what you already found? AFAIK a technical surface is a surface that has a purpose but doesn't need to be appealing or beautiful. The body of a car serves a technical (aerodynamic) purpose, but also aesthetic because it needs to be "beautiful"

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