Monthly Archives: November 2013

Printing on 10 mil Vacuforming Acetate (PETG)

I found 10 mil PETG from a company called Sabic Polymershapes.  They cut the plastic to my specs so it is ready to use in my vacuform machine.  Now, I have what I need to test the printing on the … Continue reading

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American Museum of Natural History Visit

Autumn and I took the train down to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) to meet with their vacuform specialist, Beck Meah.  We brought a couple of our printed vacuform leaves to show her what we are doing.  We … Continue reading

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The Quest Goes On-Maple Leaves

I am working now with Autumn Von Plinsky, a recent Yale Art School grad, on this project and this week we got another type of leaf produced, a maple leaf. There are still some problems, but there is a lot … Continue reading

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