Course Administration — Jonathan Armistead @ 8:40 pm

Hello and welcome to 3D MediaII Multiples.

Links to relevant resources for the course as well as student contributions and discussions will be posted on this blog.

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CNC Router,Final Project — jbrieger @ 4:55 am


I CNC’d the jig, put in dowels, then wrapped thin aluminum strips to create pasta cutters.  I think the stop-motion captured the process pretty well.  I wasn’t able to get good filling, so I just made them as flat shapes.  Still turned out pretty tasty.



CNC Routed Cosplay

Uncategorized — Christin Bongiorni @ 4:53 pm

Looper Cosplay


Again, I found the cosplay discussion we had during our final crit to be quite funny. Here’s another example of cosplay / art / sculpture / whatever you want to call it that used the CNC Router.


3D Printed Cosplay

Most Awesome 3D Printed Cosplay


I found our discussion on cosplay during the final crit to be quite funny.

Here’s an awesome example of how 3D Printing, and lots of blood, sweat, and tears can be used to make a really incredible sculpture. I mean cosplay.


3D Printed Spires




Modeled from a 3D scan of clay spires, then inserted into Rhino and multiplied. Printed with ABS plastic.


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CNC Routed mold, which was used to cast horns out of polyester casting resin.

Buggy, Buggy, Buggy



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3D Print- DRILL

3D Printer,Uncategorized — Tags: , , — sonikamisra @ 3:59 pm

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CNC Final Project- Headrest

CNC Router,Final Project,Submission,Uncategorized — Tags: , , — sonikamisra @ 3:50 pm




resin casting

Uncategorized — racheljpark @ 12:45 pm


basic cnc router

Uncategorized — racheljpark @ 12:42 pm


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