Busy holiday season provides ample opportunity for people to check out artist Kevin Caron’s new deconstructed “cubist” 3D-printed sculpture ….Read More
Since I moved my 3D Systems CubeX 3D printer down to the studio, I’ve been able to play with it while I’m in the office cooling down – Arizona summers are really brutal when you work with fire and wear heavy protective gear. The CubeX gives me another way to play that keeps me under […]Read More
Any time I show my 3D-printed sculptures or jewelry or have a 3D printer running at an event, I inevitably get asked about 3D-printed guns. It’s exasperating, because the fear of these guns – which is currently unfounded – taints 3D printing. This topic has come up before, but it’s back in the news as […]Read More
I originally began working in wood (OK, in cars, if you want to go back further). I didn’t do anything professionally with it, but I built some furniture. Then I turned to metal, which has been the bulk of my practice since I began selling my artwork in the early 2000s. About 4 or so […]Read More
The more I work with 3D printing (and, well, anything I do), the more questions bubble to the surface …. Can I make the material do this? What if I do that? Do I really need to …. A lot of times, things work out. For instance, I did a couple of […]Read More
Subscribe to This Blog
Enter your email address to receive notifications of new blog posts by email.
Most Recent Posts