Lecture at National Conference for Cast Iron Art

Recently I attended the National Conference on Cast Iron Art held at the historical Sloss iron foundry in Birmingham, Alabama.  I was lucky enough to present a lecture on my recent research into the application of Additive Manufacturing technologies to the process of Metal Casting.   What follows are the first 22 slides.  The next post will contain the final images.

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3 Responses to “Lecture at National Conference for Cast Iron Art”

  1. […] Lecture at National Conference for Cast Iron Art Sculpture through Rapid Prototyping. Additive Manufacturing as a route to the impossible form. « Requested resources · Lecture at National Conference for Cast Iron Art. Recently I attended the National Conference on Cast Iron Art held … Lecture at National Conference for Cast Iron Art […]

  2. where can i get the wax to create a casting I want to make? I’m in Fresno Calif. is there a place I can get it casted?

  3. Yes, this is a trend of applying Rapid Prototyping onto art creation. We have been employing this tech for years on bronze casting and it works quite well.

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