So here we wanted to get you guys excited about some things that people have created with the CnC router. The list is infinite, but I have chosen some for you to see. Be sure to look yourself, as you’ll find more things! So I know you can make things… the forms you can make are beautiful and Robb and I will go over them with you. But, I wanted to show you how the CnC has informed the art world and get you thinking about the applications of the CnC conceptually.
This is a running list and I will update it until the day of the workshop!
Adaptation by Luke Loeffler, a grad here at CMU.
The Open Source Community has tapped into how powerful an industrial tool like the CnC router is. Check out WikiHouse.
Pablo Garcia made a quaint little project about drawing with the router. Easier than it may seem, it is definitely a great example of non-router-bit CnC work.
Here is a more technical and beautiful piece by Eric Brockmeyer called CNC M&M’s. A gorgeous project that isn’t CnC based, but is conceptual built around the interaction with G-Code and such.