CNC for Art and Jewelry

CNC for Art and Jewelry

Modern Designers and Artists are using Tormach PCNC Mills to help express their creativity in with digital design and manufacturing.

CNC Milling in the Big Apple: Architectural Fabrication and Metalwork from Brooklyn Custom

David Stanavich of Brooklyn, New York uses a PCNC 1100 and SprutCAM to manufacture high-end custom metal fabrications for architects, artists, and designers in his Brooklyn Custom Metal Fabrication workspace. A recent project for Stanavich involved machining injection molds for plastic toys placed inside novelty gum ball machines.

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Minnesota Entrepreneur Breaks New Ground in Custom Pen-Making Industry with Tormach PCNC 1100
Minnesota base PCNC 1100 owner Joe Hoover uses his programing skills along with his Tormach PCNC mill to allow customers to create their own custom desgined pens, all though his website www.bellisi.me.

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Tormach PCNC 1100 Mill becomes a Miniature Naval Shipyard Workhorse

Model maker, hobbyist and artist Paul Szudzik uses his Tormach PCNC 1100 to save time, boost production and bring his creativity to life.

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Chris Myers: Jeweler Turned Machinist
Custom jeweler and self-taught machinist Chris Myers, uses a PCNC 1100 to design rings and other accessories into contemporary shapes. At his Montreal-based company Steelwerks, Myers specializes in custom surgical stainless steel and titanium products, including designer wedding bands, engagements rings, earrings and necklaces.

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Keeping PCNC in the Family

For brothers Troy and Gary Chatmajian, machining is more than a way of life—it's their legacy. As fourth-generation metal workers, they are part of a family tree brimming with craftsmen who have been working with metal since the late 1800s.

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Milling Soapstone in Virginia

Jeff Rasnake runs his PCNC 1100 out of his home-based machine shop in Rockfish, Virginia. A versatile machinist with a large portfolio of project and clients, Rasnake’s specialty is milling and engraving on soapstone, a soft rock sourced locally in Virginia.

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On Making in Milwaukee: Frankie Flood Brings Design Back to Industry

Frankie Flood, Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, teaches Jewelry and Metalsmithing at the Peck School of the Arts. His motorcycle-themed pizza cutters have been sold around the world and were featured on the Bravo television series Top Chef. Learn more about Frankie, his class and see his PCNC Owner Story Video.

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