Form specializes in sculptural fabrication and is a tightly-knit team of artists, craftsmen, and technicians merging traditional classical methods with digital fabrication tools. Over the past 12 years, Form thrives at this intersection of tradition and state-of-the-art technology; bringing our clients the best tools and processes for realizing their ideas.
At Form, we implement project-specific combinations of Traditional Sculpting, 3D Scanning, Digital Sculpting, CNC Milling, and 3D Printing. Our services include the Design and Production of original works of art, Enlargements & Reductions, and precise Replications of existing sculptures, props and prototypes.
Advances in 3D scanning technologies are as important to additive manufacturing as material innovations.
Our skilled technicians use an array of structured-light cameras, Photogrammetry, and 3D Scanning/Digital Processing Software. Stationary Scanning, Life Scanning, and Photogrammetry may be done in our studio or on location.
With a unique, Fine Arts Perspective, we take the latest innovations in engineering, chemistry, and software and apply it to Additive Manufacturing.
Our Reverse Mold-Printing and Investment Casting processes offer efficient alternatives to traditional mold-making. With investable printed patterns, the need for costly and time-consuming molds is eliminated. Sculptural enlargements can be produced without sculpting a second time.
CNC Milling is the earliest form of 3D "printing" and is still the best choice for many large scale projects, as material options come in a wide range of weights and densities.
With both rotary and 3 axis milling, Dimensions are Limitless.
The state of the art processes we offer make the creation of dimensional forms, from miniature to monumental scales, not only possible in ways that were previously unavailable, but more efficient and cost effective as well.
With a unique, Fine Arts Perspective, we take the latest innovations in engineering, chemistry, and software and apply it to Additive Manufacturing. Our reverse mold-printing and investment casting processes offer an efficient alternative to traditional mold-making. With investable printed patterns, the need for costly and time-consuming molds is eliminated.