Making custom faux wood paving stones.
I recently bought some Wood-Based PLA to experiment with. It is made from 80% wood pulp, a little adhesive, and a little PLA. When it prints it has a really nice matte finish and the texture almost make it feel like cardboard (in a good way). An added bonus - when it prints it … Continue reading 3-D Printing Wood!
This project started one day by me noticing my nice collection of wooden sea shells. They were all sculpted out of cedar over the years by my father. There are a limited number of them around, and I thought it would be nice to preserve them forever by scanning them into my computer. The forms … Continue reading Sea Shells: Translating Wooden Sculptures into Digital Files and Printed Objects
Finalized (well...maybe..that is an awfully strong word) Snappy. The inverted image is for dying fabrics or stencils where I want the white to be the part that gets colored.
I have been working on a project to design some refrigerators magnets. I liked the idea of making my fridge look like it had been lost underwater for an extended period of time and then salvaged. The stripes are a byproduct of using ABS to print a very organic shape. I think they suit this … Continue reading Barnacle Magnets
Tonight is the night of the Trigger Design Show in NYC. I had a great time making my piece and it is exciting to be exhibiting with such a diverse group of talented people. I'm getting some photos taken of my piece in the space so hopefully I will have those to post soon. Other … Continue reading Tonight’s the Night
Just got a few of my pieces in the mail from Shapeways. The boxes are not quite what I had hoped for but that's why you have to see your models in real life. I do love the yellow color. The bathtub is my favorite and now I feel the need to get myself a … Continue reading Printed Ceramics ~ Photos!