The “Marble Toy Machine” was created out of a desire to pay homage to a very influential childhood building set toy of mine called Marbleworks by Discovery Toys. Made using 3D printed parts and marble toy sections.
The skull was one of the largest objects we have 3D printed measuring 6" high x 5" wide x 8.5" deep. However our 3D printer is capable of printing even larger objects with sizes as large as 8" high x 8" wide x 10" deep.
We created a “Double Scale” candy house for the Columbus Museum of Art that is over 30" tall and contains no real food or candy. We hand sculpted the candies and used SolidWorks and our 3D printer to create the mint leaves and custom cookie cutters.
We were hired to build a set of job site signs for Beacom Construction. Fabricated from PVC board and finished in white exterior paint. The signs are double sided and the internal graphic can be replaced with alternate panels.
You do your best work when you do what you love, and we love what we do!