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  #1  
Old Wed 25 April 2007, 08:57
Gerald_D
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Websites that inspire (and get the budget approved!)

We know there comes a time when we have to convince the financial manager of the need for a MechMate. Please give links that inspire, and that we can show to her.

untothislast
Because we can

From this site:
Hani Al Mandeel (Bahrain)
Fabrica's small carving done on a MechMate

(I'll tidy the links up for you - you are welcome to post looong web addresses)
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Old Thu 26 April 2007, 06:01
Gerald_D
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creative resins <----that is a ShopBot PRT Alpa making that "stained glass"
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Old Thu 26 April 2007, 06:33
Alan Conolly
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Here's more inspiration:

http://www.legarefurniture.com/
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Old Thu 26 April 2007, 07:25
Gerald_D
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Temple of scrap CNC offcuts from a toy factory
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Old Thu 26 April 2007, 07:43
Robert Masson
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Thanks Gerald for those links?
Human creativity always amazes me how it can bring us to unexpected grounds !

Robert
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Old Wed 23 May 2007, 11:02
Hugo Carradini
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Pto. Ordaz
Venezuela
Hy guys ¿No new addresses? This is a nice spot for newbies to learn different possibilities
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Old Fri 01 June 2007, 10:51
grandpi
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Caussens
France
hello guys,

To answer to Hugo some new web adresses (French ones) who show the numeric cut potential :

LET'MOTIF
Atelier SIGNEA
Lutun ar c'hoajoù

Just other web sites for big boat cuts...http://www.ad3d.fr/
and buildings decoration : http://perso.orange.fr/cyborg.decoupe/

A new web site concerning a special type of plastic used by CNC companies and designers, pdf files concerning special quality plastic boards with exemples inside !

www.lucitesolutions.com/

This is a link a friend of mine, just sent me...
A designer who sell in France a very nice CNC cutting staircase...from sketchup drawings.

http://escalierzazou.blogspot.com/

Good exemple of two other nices CNC Cutting service providers web sites...

http://www.thewooddesigncompany.co.uk/
http://www.routitout.com/

Bye,
Pierre.
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Old Fri 01 June 2007, 17:16
Hugo Carradini
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Pto. Ordaz
Venezuela
Thanks, Pierre.
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Old Sat 16 June 2007, 14:25
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
http://www.zomadic.com/Zomadic/Photos%20Page.html & more pf their photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/zomadic...57594283371440 and http://www.inhabitat.com/2007/06/07/...easons-tables/
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Old Fri 24 August 2007, 13:39
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
Here is a guy in Sweden who is having his first steps with a CNC router:
http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/mes...312/22745.html
He writes in a very readable english

Now why do I mention him in a "budget approval" thread? . . . . . Have a look at what he said today:
http://www.talkshopbot.com/forum/sho...5626#POST55626

We found the very same situation in Cape Town....big companies with big CNC routers pushing out square panels all day, and then very happily outsourcing the smaller, more "complicated" jobs at very high prices.
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Old Wed 29 August 2007, 15:49
grandpi
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Caussens
France
Gerald,

I have found this product from the museum shop of Art Décoratifs during a trip in Paris this summer.

It is a japanese artist who use laser cutting... Have a look it is very, very nice !!

I have bought a small dog in kit (the picture)!!

Web adress : http://www.d-torso.com/ (French) . . . . . http://www.d-torso.com/index-en.htm (English)


For those who would like to go ahead and better understand Torso models, this is the mother company web site with more construction precisions :

http://www.wtv.co.jp/com/index.html

Bye,

Pierre.
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Old Wed 19 September 2007, 02:57
grandpi
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Caussens
France
Looking for Mechmate future owners.

Hi Gerald, Hi everybody,

Maybe a new way of working for CNC owners or just a CNC web utopia ??
Amazing !. Have a look.

http://www.ponoko.com/

Bye,

Pierre.
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Old Sun 04 November 2007, 16:28
grandpi
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Caussens
France
Great .... Great !!

The ready made Disaster House Architect web site, Gregg Fleishman :

http://www.greggfleishman.com/index.html

Good dreams for all Mechmate builders ....

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Old Sun 04 November 2007, 16:43
grandpi
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Caussens
France
"Great" again ... Sorry.

Designer Ronen kadushin web site :

http://www.ronen-kadushin.com/, see Open Design chapter.

"...In Open Design, the design is a two dimensional "cutout" represented as digital information. It relies on the Internet's communication resources, to publish, distribute, and copy the designs under a CreativeCommons deed. Coupled with The flexibility of CNC production methods, all technically conforming designs are continuously available for production, in any number, with no tooling investment, anywhere and by anyone..", Ronen kadushin.

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Old Thu 08 November 2007, 23:49
WTI
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Detroit (Michigan)
United States of America
Nothing too crazy but I like that they offer monogram names. Nice price too:

http://www.catseyecollimation.com/fieldcases.html
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Old Sun 11 November 2007, 12:25
grandpi
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Caussens
France
Young french well known Contemporary artist

In his web site, with people sculptures (scan3d+cnc) and lithophane, Xavier Veilhan explore different cnc possibilities.
I really love his work....

http://www.veilhan.net/

bye,
Pierre.
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Old Thu 29 November 2007, 11:38
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
A good friend and client:

http://www.woodpeckerproducts.co.za/product.html
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Old Thu 10 January 2008, 23:23
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
Staircases
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Old Sat 12 January 2008, 12:06
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
Joe Crumley used a ShopBot to cut many of these "dimensional" signs into HD polyurethane foam at Norman Sign Company. Joe is a legend, active on many forums, and the most helpful and sharing person that walked this earth. But, he is getting old . . .
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Old Sun 20 January 2008, 18:45
grandpi
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Caussens
France
Nice models from cnc cut 2d parts.

The website of a french mechanics teacher with nice models and nice animations from cnc cut parts.
Have a look at "the train rentrant", a real piece of work.

Bye,

Pierre.

http://pagesperso-orange.fr/aerotech/
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Old Sun 24 February 2008, 17:08
grandpi
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Caussens
France
Best creativces furnitures i have seen with cnc cutting ...

Hi guys,

mexican designer+CNC = best design furniture i have seen with wood flats panels.
Have a look !! : http://www.pirwi.com/

Bye,
Pierre.
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Old Sat 08 March 2008, 03:47
grandpi
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Caussens
France
wood KITS

Hello everyone,

Have a look at these designer website :

1) http://www.davekeune.com/, series 3 page.
2) http://www.superhappybunny.com/products/neoamish.html
3) http://www2.ac-lyon.fr/enseigne/arts...AcarineSAU.pdf, differents models but great ideas from 2d wood panels to 3d volumes.

Bye,

Pierre. I continue the quest ... (not an electronic knowledge guy but try to bring you the imagination ...)

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Old Thu 13 March 2008, 05:46
grandpi
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Caussens
France
Young architects + CNC = great and huge projects gallery

State of the art in machining complex volumes.
Presentation of project with Lamina software use (unfolding 3d structures) :
http://www.flickr.com/photos/watz/, pages 1 to 15, after ??or go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/watz/tags/exhibition/
To go ahead : http://www.generatorx.no/category/co...-architecture/ [url] or "digital fabrication " search in Flicker

bye,

Pierre.

PS : I have discovered a new product : the obomodulan (http://www.obo-werke.de/board/board.html)

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  #24  
Old Sun 30 March 2008, 23:27
WTI
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Detroit (Michigan)
United States of America
Here are some great Tetris shelves. Talk about Nesting......

http://kotaku.com/373751/tetris-shel...looked-so-good
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Old Sun 04 May 2008, 15:31
grandpi
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Caussens
France
Cnc New Orlean Project

How to build a house with wood panels and CNC ....and maybe save people : "Housing for New Orleans" Chapter.
http://www.momahomedelivery.org/index.php/posts/155

Bye,

Pierre.

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Old Fri 09 May 2008, 09:15
CabntMkr
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Brunswick (Maine)
United States of America
I thought i saw it here first but when i went to look for it i didn't see it in this thread. So check this out:
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/340548/expanding_table/#
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Old Fri 15 August 2008, 08:14
Alan_c
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Cape Town (Western Cape)
South Africa
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Here is another UK site.
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Old Wed 20 August 2008, 13:22
grandpi
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Caussens
France
exterior lounge chair

Web site : http://www.lyx.com/show.php?id=1069389

and always this summer MOMA exhibition in NYC on ready made house with CNC cut (Housing for New Orleans chapter) : http://www.momahomedelivery.org/
(Are there NYC guys on the forum ??)

Bye,
pierre.

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Old Mon 25 August 2008, 12:26
isladelobos
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Canary Islands
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Wowww!! This is a good quality



http://www.anderswallin.net/2008/01/mowing-foam/

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Old Fri 12 September 2008, 08:43
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
http://www.socalteardrops.com/hosting/chair.jpg
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