In case you haven’t noticed over the last several weeks, we have been going a little bit Moai Crazy. We have been searching all over the web trying to find actual data from Rapa Nui’s Moai. We have looked through many, many search pages with very little luck. Almost everything is an artist’s model […]
We find information to aid us in powder formulations in some really interesting places — Patents. Within the body of a patent, one must disclose a workable practice/formula for the patent practice. Many folks know that US Gypsum has a REAL interest in plaster and plaster products. We present three different patents which you might […]
Over the past couple of weeks, we have been discussing the need for a test part which allows us to examine the performance of powders. We really wanted a part that was not to big (which allows for smaller powder test batches). The part is little bit of a Swiss Army knife of test parts […]
The text-test parts prior to firing. Lowercase and uppercase “Arial” text on the top two rows and “Times New Roman” on the bottom two rows. The text-test parts after firing with a noticeable change in dimensions. The text is legible and the results are very exciting. This shows off the translucency of the glass (quite […]
We were pleasantly surprised to find out that both Urban Glass and Seattle Magazine provided coverage of our Vitraglyphic process for 3DP’ing glass. We would like to thank both magazines. Urban_Glass Seattle_Magazine We would like to thank both magazines.
We created these cubist style Moai from a post we saw on PaperCraftParadise. There are links on that page to a PDF file (the file is part of PDFLand from Mochizuki Printing Co.) which one can download and make a paper Moai! Really quite a bit of fun to start the New Year. We took […]