Facilities

The Lumenique Art and Design studio has two separate creative areas. The first being a design space where computers, 3D Printer, and electronics assembly areas reside. The second is a separate fabrication, machining, and finishing space, where parts and assemblies are produced. The facility includes lathe, mill, sheet metal cut and form, forge, paint booth, various saws and powered tools for the purpose of making objects from a wide range of materials.

For more on what we I can do for you, visit the following blog article:

What I Can Do for You at Lumenique

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Lumenique 3D Printing Experience and Equipment

For insight into how I use 3D printing in the creation of art objects, please see the following blog articles.

Art and Design Enabled by Technology
Steps from Virtual Concept to Finished Work using 3D Printed Components
3D Print 2010 vs. 2021


I have employed 3D Printing technology since 2010. Since that time, over 1,200 print jobs have been completed, comprising thousands of parts used in artwork and other uses.

I employ utilize industroal level printers to produce the highest quality parts possible. My first was a Dimension bst1200es that served from 2010 to 2019. That was traded up for a new Stratasys F370 in 2019 - which can employ a wide range of materials from rigid to flexible.

The printed parts are then treated to a series of prioprietary sanding, filling, fusing, and assembly processes to create smooth finished products.

In addition to 3D printing, I use machining, welding, fabrication, carving, glass forming, and other hand methods of creation to suit a specific work in process.