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Fred Kahl
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My favorite printers are 4 over 4!

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Greetings from the woods of Stanwood Washington where I am teaching in the remote paradise known as the Pilchuck Glass School. Session 2’s theme is Play and our class has been playing with methods of creating glass castings from digitally generated…

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This article "How 3D printing glitches inspired these Doctor Who effects" was recently brought to my attention. The article (and several others like it on the web) talks about how 3D printing “glitches” were the inspiration for the BBC show’s villains, the…

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There’s only a few weeks until my class TaDDDaa!, which covers a range of digital processes for glass casting at the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood Washington and there’s still a couple slots available! Session 2 runs May 30-June 17. The course will…

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This article is an apology to Nora Al-Badri and Jan Nikolai Nelles’. I hope my questioning of your methods doesn’t land you in hot water. Last week, my post There’s Something Fishy About the Other Nerfertiti really blew the lid off a debate that has…

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The New York Times and countless other news outlets picked up on a story that’s been making the rounds of the 3D printing community the last few weeks; Swiping a Priceless Antiquity … With a Scanner and a 3-D Printer tells the story of two artists; Nora…

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Coney Island has been an important place in shaping my identity as an artist, primarily through my involvement with the nonprofit arts organization Coney Island USA. For over 35 years, CIUSA has provided a staging grounds for a huge range of artists,…

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These scumbags have still not taken down my designs but its only a matter of time before they get shut down!

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I spent much of 2015 taking a year long flexible fellowship at Wheaton Arts’ Creative Glass Center of America developing ways to cast glass from computer generated sculptural forms and wanted to take some time to share these learnings. I worked…

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I’m please to announce that I will be teaching a class at the Pilchuck Glass School in June of 2016. The class will cover a lot of the digital to physical techniques that I have been working with over the last few years, particularly this past year with…
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