As an artist who works three dimensions and often designs in CAD (Computer Aided Design), I was immediately fascinated by the opportunities afforded by 3D printing.
This new technology offers much promise for creating not only original art, such as my 5-1/2-foot-tall sculpture Epic Swoon, but also maquettes, or small models, to show patrons for commissions.
This article will tell you more about how I got involved in 3D printing and how it influences my artistic practice.
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As more and more filaments become available, I have an increasingly dizzying array of options for my sculptures. The latest, though, is the most eye-popping of all so far! When I got an offer to purchase 3 mm filament in 15-pound spools from a Chinese filament maker,...
COVID-19 has thrown the entire world into a whirlwind of change. I've tried to find ways to make a difference. In the beginning, when Personal Protection Equipment was at a premium, I found 3D-printing patterns for N95 equivalent masks. They took about 2-1/2 hours to...
Artist Kevin Caron shares how he uses 3D-printed maquettes bring sculptures to life.
If you're a regular reader or follow me on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, you know I've been playing around with lighting my 3D-printed sculptures. Whether I can light them has been one of the biggest question I get when I show my 3D-printed sculptures. So that sent...
Welding & 3D printing come together to improve quality – Kevin Caron’s 3D printing blog
Sculptor Kevin Caron 3D prints medical masks to try to help with the fight against the coronavirus in his free 3D printing blog post Mask man: using 3D printing against the pandemic.
This free video blog post explains how artist Kevin Caron speeded up his 3D printer.
Sculptor Kevin Caron’s large format 3D printed fine art sculptures require some special care when photographing them.
Artist Kevin Caron investigates lighting his 3D-printed sculptures
Busy holiday season provides ample opportunity for people to check out artist Kevin Caron’s new deconstructed “cubist” 3D-printed sculpture ….