IMRC Helps Artist Learn CNC

 

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Oxford Art Alliance Postcard
Oxford Art Alliance

Kimberly Callas joined our labs after meeting us during a tour of our facility. She used our IMRC Community Membership Program to gain access to our 3D printing and CNC machining machines. After learning the CNC machine through our weekly training for IMRC members she created the sculptures seen in the above post card. Using Adobe Illustrator to image trace her hand drawings Callas created files then imported them into the CNC/CAD software Aspire.  From there Callas created tool-paths that cut the sculptures using a V-Carve CNC bit.

We’re happy for Mrs. Callas and we urge you to check out her work at the Oxford Arts Juried Exhibition.

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