We have long been fans of George Hart’s amazing geometric sculptures. One in particular, the Frabjous, was talked about in the Maker community, including an excellent explanation by Evil Mad Scientist Labs on why the pieces fit together the way they do. Naturally, when we got our first laser cutter, we had to make a [...]
One of our most interesting pieces so far has been the Eiffel Tower. Unfortunately, the major limitation has always been production time. On our current equipment, each one takes about 45 minutes to cut, and another 30 minutes to assemble. It’s a great hero piece – beautiful, elegant and technical – but a pain to [...]
Artifacture hosted it’s first laser party last week, and it was a rousing success with about 15 people in attendance.
If you have always wanted to have something laser cut but didn’t know how or where to go, now is your chance. Seeing how a manufacturing process works first-hand is the best way not only to learn how to design for it, but how it can be leveraged to create new things. It is also [...]
For the last couple years, The Art of Skateboarding has been held in our building. It’s a charity event for that invites local and celebrity artists to decorate a skateboard to be auctioned off with the proceeds going to benefit the Texas Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital that specializes in treating orthopedic problems. Artifacture participated as [...]
Custom laser engraved clothing tags we made for Fashion Psychos debuted at New York Fashion Week this past September.