Nice Precision Cnc Machining pictures

Some cool precision cnc machining photos:

Julien Maire “Relief”

Image by iMAL.org
Stereolithographic projection

www.imal.org/en/relief

Through expanding &amp contracting pieces, and stereolithographic projections, Julien Maire’s installations indirectly address new technologies, media archaeology and manipulate fiction.

For a lot more than 10 years, Julien Maire has mastered and utilized in unexpected techniques advanced technologies such as CNC mills, laser cutters, precision optics, and so on. Today, 3D printers are naturally also portion of his toolbox.
For these two new pieces, Julien designed and constructed all original parts, mechanisms and elements using the complete range of machines accessible at Fablab.iMAL, from Ultimaker and Mendel DIY printers to the laser-primarily based Form1 3D printer.

Julien Maire “Relief”

Image by iMAL.org
www.imal.org/en/relief

Through expanding &amp contracting pieces, and stereolithographic projections, Julien Maire’s installations indirectly address new technologies, media archaeology and manipulate fiction.

For far more than 10 years, Julien Maire has mastered and employed in unexpected approaches sophisticated technologies such as CNC mills, laser cutters, precision optics, etc. Nowadays, 3D printers are naturally also component of his toolbox.
For these two new pieces, Julien designed and built all original components, mechanisms and elements using the whole variety of machines offered at Fablab.iMAL, from Ultimaker and Mendel DIY printers to the laser-primarily based Form1 3D printer.

Julien Maire “Relief”

Image by iMAL.org
www.imal.org/en/relief

Through expanding &amp contracting pieces, and stereolithographic projections, Julien Maire’s installations indirectly address new technologies, media archaeology and manipulate fiction.

For far more than 10 years, Julien Maire has mastered and utilized in unexpected techniques sophisticated technologies such as CNC mills, laser cutters, precision optics, and so forth. Right now, 3D printers are naturally also element of his toolbox.
For these two new pieces, Julien made and constructed all original parts, mechanisms and elements making use of the entire range of machines accessible at Fablab.iMAL, from Ultimaker and Mendel DIY printers to the laser-primarily based Form1 3D printer.

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