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  • Dear Santa...

    Have you checked out the video of the new FROG360™ from Streamline Automation? Imagine getting one of these under the tree this year! ...

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  • New Technology Update: Is Combination CNC Equipment Right for You?

    Recognizing Production Demands

    Combination CNC equipment, such as FROG360™, refers to a single piece of equipment that can perform the full range of 3D CNC fabrication tasks (scanning, cutting, milling) usually divided between several different machines. Determining if such an equipment solution is the right fit for your business depends on a number of factors including budget, shop size, and production demands. Recognizing Production Demands Depending on your specific production needs you might find that a combination machine or a...

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  • New Technology Update: Is Combination CNC Equipment Right for You?

    Optimizing Equipment Footprint for Shop Size

    Combination CNC equipment, such as FROG360™, refers to a single piece of equipment that can perform the full range of 3D CNC fabrication tasks (scanning, cutting, milling) usually divided between several different machines. Determining if such an equipment solution is the right fit for your business depends on a number of factors including budget, shop size, and production demands.   Optimizing Equipment Footprint for Shop Size Because combination 3D CNC fabrication technology like the FROG360™ is a single...

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  • New Technology Update: Is Combination CNC Equipment Right for You?

    Balancing Budget and Business Growth

    Combination CNC equipment, such as FROG360™, refers to a single piece of equipment that can perform the full range of 3D CNC fabrication tasks (scanning, cutting, milling) usually divided between several different machines. Determining if such an equipment solution is the right fit for your business depends on a number of factors including budget, shop size, and production demands. Balancing Budget and Business Growth Combination CNC equipment comes in at a substantially lower price point than a...

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  • Inspirational Concrete

    Need a little inspiration this week? How about this amazing use of precast concrete with water to create an outstanding water feature!     Still need more inspiration? Check out these inspirational concrete pictures below! ...

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  • The Lost Foam Technique and Fiberglass Casting

    Why use it?

    The benefits to using the lost foam technique are particularly prevalent when doing prototype or custom mold work. Because the materials (foam) are very affordable you can produce unique casts with very little investment on your part. Unlike working with manual methods, automated mold making equipment allows for the exact replication of any mold, so no mold is truly ‘lost’. This means that you can quickly and easily fabricate another identical lost foam mold (should...

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  • Concrete Furniture

    Concrete mold making technology is increasingly being used to cast furniture. Ranging from ultramodern designs to new interpretations of classic pieces, concrete furniture is a stunning example of fusing functionality and art.  By adding fiberglass or steel reinforcing micro fibres to the concrete and using computer guided molding techniques, artist are able to produce shapes and textures far beyond the expectations of traditional concrete. We have to say that we are impressed! And inspired… ...

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  • The Lost Foam Technique and Fiberglass Casting

    What is it?

    One of the advantages to having 3D CNC mold making technology is the ability to quickly and easily fabricate foam molds for the ‘lost foam’ technique. Named for its resemblance to the famous lost wax casting method, the lost foam technique uses a foam mold that is destroyed in the casting process. With fiberglass, the lost foam technique is most commonly used for internal molds, where the fiberglass is laid over the foam mold or...

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  • Concrete Barriers as Functional Art

    Casting Considerations

    That the rise of artistic concrete barriers corresponds to the development of 3D CNC mold making technology is no coincidence. When it comes to making complex and/or custom molds quickly and easily there is nothing that compares to a 3D CNC foam carving router. When used in conjunction with a 3D scanner and powerful 3D modeling software, any object- real or imaginary- can become the source for a mold. This flexibility during the design and...

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  • Concrete Barriers as Functional Art

    Design Considerations

    Look around and you will see a wide variety of cast concrete barriers ranging from pillars and urns to abstract modern shapes. Depending on the purpose and location of a barrier some designs might be better suited. For example, formal buildings which want to denote boundaries might chose a cast concrete marker in a classical style with a more rigid form in order to create clear property lines, while a public path that follows a...

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  • Fun with Shapes

    Check out this great of example of a project that combines perimeter security and artistic form.  Rather than using plain concrete barriers, Quick Crete, a member of the FROG3D network, designed and fabricated a stunning collection of spheres to be used as boundary markers. ...

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  • Concrete Barriers as Functional Art

    Basic Considerations

    Increasingly, 3D cast concrete barriers situated in public spaces are transitioning from being merely functional to being a contributing element to the general aesthetic of a space. In other words, they are becoming functional art. Having a good idea of both the number and size of cast concrete markers that will be needed is an important part of the planning process, as this will impact budget and production needs for the project as a whole. In...

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  • Concrete Release Agents

    Budget

    Budget is another factor to consider when selecting a release agent. While coverage per gallon provides an easy means of comparison, the real selection criteria should be geared towards the preservation (or not) of the mold and the required quality of the finished project. Depending on the type of mold used you may wish to reuse it multiple times and so therefore choosing an expensive release agent that maximizes mold life will save you a...

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  • Concrete Kitchen

    Concrete kitchens are a growing trend in home design and with results that look like this it makes perfect sense. A clean, modern look, cast concrete counters and shelves can also be easily customized to fit the dimensions of any room or space.  What a great blend of functionality and art! ...

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  • Concrete Release Agents

    Application

    When it comes to the actual application of a release agent there are few general rules that will result in a better final project. Firstly, more is rarely better when it comes to release agents. Applying the thinnest coat possible produces the best results because it prevents excess release agent from pooling in low points in the mold. This is important particularly when dealing with fine detail or complex 3D casting because pooled release agent...

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  • Concrete Release Agents

    Mold Material

    When selecting a release agent for a mold it is important to consider both the type of concrete and the material of the mold itself. For example, concretes with microsilia, high admixture components and high-range water reducers will have adverse reactions with chemically active release agents and require the use of a barrier release agent instead. Likewise, colored concretes can distort unless the correct release agent is used. For molds, some materials, such as wood...

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  • Rethinking the Mold

    Here is a provocative project by Rachael Whiteread.  An artist who specializes in 3D concrete, Whiteread turned an entire condemned townhouse into a mold. The result? A 3D concrete cast of the interior of the home. Simply entitled House, the project is a great example of the use of concrete in dimensional modern art.  ...

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  • Concrete Release Agents

    Types of Release Agents

    When it comes to concrete casting, release agents often fail to get the attention they deserve. However, ensuring the use of the correct release agent for a concrete cast can be the difference between the success or the failure of a 3D cast concrete project. Without a release agent there is a good chance that the form and the mold will not separate cleanly and instead you will be left with either pieces of the...

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  • Inspirational Concrete

    Beauty in Stone

        Concrete can be inspirational as well as functional. Get inspired by these beautiful photos of precast concrete structures!  ...

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  • Making Cheap Concrete Molds

    Contracting Out

    A final means of helping to keep mold making costs low is to explore the possibilities of contracting out sections of the work. Two common areas that might be contracted out are the design process and the creation of a GRFC mold. For the design process, rather than keeping a concept artist in-house, it might be economical to use a contract artist. This allows you to hire them on a project specific basis, bringing them...

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  • Making Cheap Concrete Molds

    Planning Ahead

    It may seem self-evident, but planning ahead is one of the biggest ways in which to bring down the costs of mold making. There are three major areas of consideration that should be fully articulated before any production actually begins. The first of these is project conceptualisation. One of the most expensive parts of mold making is having to make a new mold (and a new concrete product) because the clients hate the first attempt....

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  • Want to See More Cool Projects?

    Here at Streamline we get to see tons of amazing projects that our clients are working on. We try to share as many as we can through our FROGBlog and the LEAP Network but another great place to follow along is on our Facebook page. It’s always being updated with new and interesting stuff so make sure to check it out! ...

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  • Making Cheap Concrete Molds

    Reducing Labor

    Another area where you can cut costs during the mold making process is in reducing labor. Eliminating manual labor requirements through the use of CNC 3D mold making technologies can substantially reduce costs. Automating production processes diminishes or eliminates many labor costs. It also facilitates more a more effective use of staff by concentrating labor to a few select tasks surrounding the mold making process. While creating the design for the mold still requires human...

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  • Making Cheap Concrete Molds

    Choosing Materials

    There are many situations in which you need to make a concrete mold on the cheap. It might be dictated by a client’s budget, it could be that you are doing a piece of work on spec and need to keep costs down or that perhaps you want to test out elements of a project for client approval. Whatever the case, choosing lower cost materials can go a long ways towards bringing down overall production...

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  • Taking Relief Work to the Next Level

    Thanks to 3D scanners and 3D modeling software concrete reliefs are getting more elaborate than ever. Check out these guys who are using textile patterns as the basis for their concrete reliefs. By scanning the print and converting it to a 3D pattern, molds are able to made on the CNC 3D router that exactly replicate the fabric design but are 3D. All we can say is wow! ...

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  • Concrete Relief Work

    Finishing Work

    Finishing work will largely depend on the specific requirements of a project. If you are planning on using carved foam for the mold you might want to mud and sand the mold before applying a protective coating using a plural component spray system. This method will provide a smoother finish on the concrete. Conversely, if you are intending the concrete to have a particular texture, you might apply a coating that is designed to mimic...

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  • Concrete Relief Work

    Creating the Mold

    The actual mold making process is probably the easiest part of creating 3D concrete relief work, because it can be almost totally automated. The 3D digital file of the mold is uploaded to the 3D CNC foam router and the router will automatically carve the mold. Depending on the size of the mold it might be carved out of a single block of foam or it might take several blocks, the pieces of which will...

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    Art Mouldings

    If you want to see just how diverse the applications for 3D CNC technology are in terms of architectural moldings check out Art Moulding. These guys produce a huge range of architectural moldings for both commercial and residential purposes and are also more than happy to create and fabricate any custom project that you can dream up! ...

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  • Concrete Relief Work

    Digital Planning

    Digital planning is a power tool that comes out of using 3D CNC technology to produce relief concrete molds.  It is this stage that allows you to finalize the 3D digital model that is going to be carved on the 3D CNC foam router. Not available when using more traditional, manual methods of production, digital planning provides a number of means that can save you money and time. Once a model has been scanned by...

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  • Concrete Relief Work

    Using Maquettes

    With the rise of 3D CNC technologies maquettes and models have become an even more vital aspect of concrete relief work. The benefits are numerous. Due to their (generally) small size, models are quick to make. They are most often sculpted out of clay and they provide a full 3D concept for clients and production teams to interact with. Thus, they tend to require low investments in terms of time, labor and materials. Beyond this,...

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  • Facades for a Friday

    Came across a great article showcasing some of the most interesting and unusual facades from around the world. Thanks to advancements in 3D architectural technology these sort of impressive designs are probably only the beginning.  ...

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  • Identifying Your Target Market

    Advertising Compared to Networking

    Once you have set your business goals, found your target markets and identified the competition in said markets, the fact remains that you need a plan for accessing the market of choice. The knowledge that you have gained while researching a market should provide you with some informed ideas on how to do this. You should have a list of businesses to target, clients to go after or perhaps print or digital resources to focus...

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  • Using Color in Concrete Art

    Did you know that all those white marble sculptures from ancient Greece were actually painted? It's true. While we tend to think about classical art as being monochromatic, it's only because all the paint has worn off over the centuries. Like these statues, concrete art also has a prevelance towards being percieved as lacking in color. But why? There is no reason not to use paint or pigment to kick projects up a notch! ...

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  • Identifying Your Target Market

    Sizing up the Competition

    When it comes to identifying a target market sizing up the competition is key.  Many markets are so saturated that there are little profits to be found by entering into them. 3D foam carving technology can provide an edge in some of these markets by substantially reducing production costs and so allow for competitive pricing with higher margins, but by far the greater advantage to possessing this technology is in accessing new and niche markets...

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  • Identifying Your Target Market

    Defining the Market

    Part of setting successful business goals is being able to define the market you are going after. Identifying a target market can actually describe several different processes. It could, for example, be as basic as researching and learning about the 3D concrete mold making industry or as complex as finding out about 3D concrete mold making for artistic relief work within a set geographic area of 100 miles and a defined price point. It could...

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    Inland Pipe

    Part of the Lehigh Hanson family of pipe companies, Inland Pipe produces a wide range of pipe and pipe accessories. Known for their durability, quality and variety, these guys are a major concrete pipe supplier for western Canada. What’s the secret behind their fabrication success? 3D CNC mold making technology, which brings precision and efficiency to their production processes! ...

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  • Identifying Your Target Market

    Setting Business Goals

    You can have all the talent, creative power and drive in the world, but without sound business goals your company is going to flounder. Having clear business goals provides corporate structure, a means of measuring progress and success and a map for how to best harness your chosen market. In fact, did you know that the mere action of writing down a goal has been proven to increase the likelihood of achieving it by more...

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  • Coated Foam Versus Fibreglass/Silicone Molds

    Budget and Profit Margins

    It can be challenging to determine the impact that mold material can have on a project budget. In the most basic of terms, coated foam molds are cheaper than fibreglass or silicone molds. However, in order to maximize profit margins several additional factors should be taken into account. Firstly, the placement of the final project will determine the finishing requirements. Is this a large artistic relief that is going to be in a high-traffic area...

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  • Looking for a Good Read?

    We came across this short but fabulous book that showcases some of the best precast concrete art projects from around the world. If you are looking for some inspiration or are just plain interested in 3D concrete mold making you should definitely check it out! ...

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  • Coated Foam Versus Fibreglass/Silicone Molds

    The Benefits of Fibreglass and Silicone Molds

    Compared to using a coated foam mold, fibreglass or silicone molds have a number of benefits. By and far one of the largest advantages is the perfectly smooth finish that can be achieved by these molds. That is to say, unlike coated foam, a fibreglass or silicone mold can be perfectly smooth, which means that products cast in the mold will also be perfectly smooth. While a coated foam mold can be laboriously sanded down...

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  • Coated Foam Versus Fibreglass/Silicone Molds

    The Benefits of Coated Foam

    When comparing whether to make a mold out of coated foam or fibreglass/silicone there are several benefits to using coated foam. Time and budget both favor coated foam. From the perspective of time, a coated foam mold is faster to produce than a fibreglass or silicone mold because it eliminates the additional fibreglass/silicone application steps. The reduction in production time means lower labor costs, which has an impact on budget. From the perspective of budget...

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    Dragon Xtreme

    If you want to see some truly impressive 3D architectural work in cast stone and concrete you should pay a visit to Dragon Xtreme. From ornate details to streamlined modern features, these guys do it all and they do it well. Using 3D CNC technology they can create molds and features for any location and they have some pretty big clients to prove it. They’ve done work on the West Front of the US Capital,...

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  • Coated Foam Versus Fibreglass/Silicone Molds

    Making the Right Choice

    When it comes to mold making one of the common questions asked is whether it is better to use a foam mold sprayed with a coating or to use the foam as a base for a silicone rubber mold (either supported with fibreglass or totally out of silicone). As with so many aspects of concrete mold making there is no single definitive answer, rather depending on your production needs, your budget and your experience with...

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  • FROG3D® In Action

    Want to learn more about this FROG3D® system we are always going on about? Check out this video to see the 3D CNC foam carving system in action! ...

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  • Using CNC Foam Carving to Improve Your Production Processes

    Precision and Creativity

    Precision Another major benefit that comes out of using 3D CNC foam carving technology is precision. Because automated production processes are dependent on computer numerical controlled data (CNC), there is no opportunity for error, such as occurs in manual production processes. A 3D object will be carved exactly as the digital file dictates. If you are using a 3D scanner to generate the digital file, this guarantees the creation of a perfect digital replica of the...

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  • A Column on…Columns!

    Columns are a common architectural feature even today, but how many of you can identify the different styles of columns and their ancient origins? Check out this handy list that clarifies the differences between all those twists and turns… ...

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  • Using CNC Foam Carving to Improve Your Production Processes

    Speed

    One of the major benefits that comes from using 3D CNC foam carving technology is a dramatic increase in production speed. This increase comes from a number of factors: firstly, automation brings with it an inherent speed increase. Processes that are automated, such as 3D laser scanning or milling on a 3D CNC foam router, do not require significant human supervision nor are they constrained by typical human work hours. Many shops find that running...

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  • Using a Hotwire or a Router for Architectural Molding

    3D CNC Router Advantages and Disadvantages

    When comparing hotwires and 3D CNC routers for architectural mold making  the router also offers a number of advantages. In terms of production capabilities, the router is capable of producing a much larger range of shapes and objects. Because it does not use a wire it has the flexibility to carve multiple shapes and sizes at the same time. It can carve reliefs, friezes and medallions in addition to the much more basic shapes a...

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    Wassmer Studios Wows

    Want to see concrete mold making and architectural moldings at their finest? Check out Wassmer Studios. These guys have an impressive range of skills (we know, we’ve seen their stuff first hand) and are a great example of what can be done using artistic skill and the FROG3D® system! ...

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  • Using a Hotwire or a Router for Architectural Molding

    Hotwire Disadvantages

    While a hotwire foam cutter offers many advantages for making architectural moldings, it also has a number of disadvantages when compared to a 3D CNC router. Firstly, due to their relatively simply design, with most hotwires you are limited to relatively simple products. That is to say, hotwires are able to produce basic designs and basic products but cannot match the production capabilities and options of a CNC router. Nor do hotwires allow for the...

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  • Mold Making in Action

    If you want to see 3D CNC foam carving technology in action and how it actually functions within the mold making process, click here to watch a great video! ...

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  • Using a Hotwire or a Router for Architectural Molding

    Hotwire Advantages

    There are advantages and disadvantages to using either a hotwire foam cutter or a CNC router when it comes to making architectural moldings.  Determining your specific production needs will be helpful when it comes to choosing which piece of equipment works best for you and may change from project to project. Hotwire Advantages:  The common equipment solution for cutting foam for architectural moldings, hotwire foam cutters offer a number of advantages when compared to CNC foam routers....

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  • Architectural Restoration Using 3D CNC Foam Carving Technology

    Fusing Tradition and Technology

    In an economy that no longer can support the building of stone cathedrals, gothic architecture and detailed artisan work, technology can fill the gap. 3D CNC foam carving equipment provides one of the best solutions for maintaining and restoring our concrete connections to the past, by preserving and reclaiming its buildings and monuments.  It also allows us to bring traditional architecture into modern buildings. It provides a creative and cost effective means of utilizing architectural features...

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  • And You Thought Your Job was Hard...

    Have you ever sat back with your coffee and watched while your 3D CNC router cranked out an elaborate architectural feature and wondered how exactly people built those immense and ornate structures of days gone by? Well from this video it would appear that it took a lot of muscle, pain and tedious manual work. Have you thanked your 3D CNC system today? If not…you will after you watch the video!  ...

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  • Architectural Restoration Using 3D CNC Foam Carving Technology

    What 3D CNC Technology Offer?

    The benefits of foam for architectural restoration, which are discussed here, can only be realized through the use of 3D CNC technology, in particular, 3D scanning and 3D foam milling. Such technology allows for the perfect replication of architectural features in foam. An exciting new addition to this technology has arrived with portable 3D scanners. Imagine walking up to whatever building is under repair, running a handheld 3D scanner across that particularly ornate section of...

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  • Unlocking the Secrets of Ancient Roman Concrete

                      Happy Friday to all of you 3D CNC enthusiasts! Did you know that scientists and archaeologists are getting closer to determining the secret behind ancient Roman concrete? Long known for its incredible durability, Roman concrete has lasted for thousands of years, while our concrete today tends to break down in less than 50.  It seems that it was all about carefully controlled super-heated chemical reactions! For the full story click here. ...

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  • Architectural Restoration Using 3D CNC Foam Carving Technology

    Why Foam for Architectural Restoration?

    Architectural restoration, and the surrounding industry, has always faced a number of challenges. Not the least of these is the often prohibitive costs of rebuilding or repairing buildings using materials that match the original. Monumental stone architecture and painstakingly hand-carved stone work come from a different time than today. Increasingly, restoration specialists are turning to foam in an effort to address this challenge. Foam can be used to create a range of architectural features. Once carved to...

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    QuickCrete is in the House

    If you ever want to really see the full range of products and projects that can be undertaken using concrete molds you should definitely check out the work at QuickCrete. These guys produce a seemingly endless range of concrete and GFRC products that always get our creative juices running. ...

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  • Building Concrete Molds Using Foam: Part Three

    3D Scanners

    3D Scanners: A final piece of technology that is making a serious impact in the production of concrete molds is 3D scanning. These scanners, whether they are 3D laser scanners attached to scanning tables or 3D portable scanners that use white light, allow for the capture and digitization of 3D objects. For the concrete casting industry, this means that be it an existing relief, a sculpture, a maquette or a client’s favorite shoe, a shop...

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  • Building Concrete Molds Using Foam: Part Two

    3D CNC Routers

    3D CNC Foam Routers: The automated solution for these mold making processes comes with 3D CNC foam routers. The technology behind these machines allows for the production of high quality, extremely complex foam molds. Designs that might normally be considered possible only through meticulous hand carving are milled easily and quickly by these routers. Shops are finding that the automation of these processes results in significantly faster production times. What was a labor intensive step...

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  • How 3D CNC Technology Works

    Have you ever wondered how exactly 3D CNC routers work? Want to see what all the fuss is about? Check out this great video of the FROGMill® at work! ...

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  • Building Concrete Molds Using Foam: Part One

    Hotwire Foam Cutters

    It seems that coated foam is increasingly forming the basis for precast concrete molds. The advantages of using foam over traditional casting materials are clear: there are few limitations on shape or form, it is incredibly durable, lightweight and extremely cost effective.  However, perhaps the greatest advantage that foam offers is in the reduction of production time. Because the equipment exists to cut and carve foam into complex 3D shapes, business owners are finding that...

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  • Modern Relief Work: Rethinking What Concrete Can Do

    Take a peek at this fantastic blog on modern concrete reliefs. Definitely gets the creative juices flowing for those of us who work with 3D relief molds! ...

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  • Choosing the Right Foam for Your Project (Part Four)

    Tooling Boards: A final category of foam that should be discussed is tooling board foams. Made of dense foams, tooling boards often serve to replace the wood or metal used in models, molds, templates and patterns. Such foams can be milled on certain CNC foam carving machines, and generally are machined smooth, so that they can be used immediately for their production purposes. Depending on your project, you may find that producing a 3D template...

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    Stromberg Sets the Bar for Architectural GRFC

    Some of the largest and most impressive architectural GRFC projects are the work of Stromberg Architectural Products. If you have ever wondered who exactly is constructing those elaborate Vegas casinos or the ornate facades of your favorite historical building...well there is a good chance that is these guys. This type of 3D GRFC work is only possible with 3D CNC technology that provides for the those flawless molds which are behind so many of their...

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  • Choosing the Right Foam for Your Project (Part Three)

    Blue Extruded Foam: Another category of foam that can be used in 3D CNC fabrication is blue extruded foam. Available in sheet form, this cheap foam is readily available at local hardware stores and is both strong and rigid. Because it only comes in sheets, its main use is in signage fabrication, because letters can be carved quickly and easily from it. For projects that are intended for temporary use or have very low budgets,...

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  • Concrete and Sustainable Art

    With today's emphasis on using sustainable and environmentally responsible products, it is gratifying to see that concrete is increasingly being recognized as a a viable choice for people interested in finding the balance between high quality 3D concrete products and environmental impact. This article touches on many of the key features that make concrete a postive sustainable choice.  ...

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  • Choosing the Right Foam for Your Project (Part Two)

    Polyurethane Foam: Available in higher densities, stronger and more durable than EPS foam, poly foams are high-end materials for specialty projects or project pieces. Due to their higher densities these foams often can be machined smooth and their chemical makeup is such that they can be used with a number of solvents and coatings that would literally eat through EPS foam (although it should be noted that numerous coatings have been developed that work perfectly...

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  • Choosing the Right Foam for Your Project (Part One)

    When it comes to selecting the right foam for you project it should come as no surprise that there are numerous products from which to choose.  Choosing the foam that is best suited to your particular needs on a case by case basis will contribute both to the success of any given project and to your bottom line. What kinds of foam are there? There are several major categories of foam that are used in 3D...

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