Fabrication

A class called "How To Make Just About Anything" gave me the opportunity to learn the tools of a 21st century maker's space. I have begun to incorporate those fabrication techniques into my own work as well as in broaden the toolset I can share with young designers.

LASER CUTTER

Laser engraved Jenga pieces make this classic game a classroom icebreaker.

Laser cut and silkscreened wedding invitations

Automata workshop using laser cut cams and gears

different wooden cams create different motion in the cardboard automata

Prototype for summer Maker's Camp: Plexiglas shape and wooden gears wind up mover


CNC MILLING MACHINE

Milled and stuffed PCB board to work a recycled cat toy laser

Milled and stuffed PCB board

Milled brass and plexi shapes

Milled brass shapes


CNC SHOP BOT

One of the challenges of learning the ShopBot is to fit as many pieces as possible on one sheet of plywood..

This modular, stacking drawer systems was designed in Inkscape and cut on the ShopBot at AS220, Providence.