Sean Michael Taylor

About Sean Michael Taylor

Sean is an artist whose concerned with sociological attitudes towards mass incarceration, the death penalty, criminality, and public perception of the criminal. He seeks to find pathways of redefining what a criminal is and what moral imperative we must emphasize, hopefully to reshape how we rehabilitate criminals.
2709, 2017

IMRC Helps Artist Learn CNC

By |September 27th, 2017|front, IMRC News, Uncategorized, World News|0 Comments

 

Kimberly Callas joined our labs after meeting us during a tour of our facility. She used our IMRC Community Membership Program to gain access to our 3D printing and CNC machining machines. After learning the CNC machine through our weekly training for IMRC members she created the sculptures seen in […]

1008, 2017

New Scanning Device at the IMRC

By |August 10th, 2017|IMRC News, Uncategorized, Work & Activities|0 Comments

New to the IMRC Center this year is the Einscan SE 3D digitizer. While we have had scanning ability using our Kinect sensors, Structure Sensor, photogrammetry, and access to the Faro Arm laser scanner at the AMC we have always had the need for an easy to use small digitizer […]

908, 2017

CNC Signmaking using Vectric’s V-Carve

By |August 9th, 2017|IMRC News, Uncategorized, Work & Activities|0 Comments

This is a simple but lovely project that we just finished. A friend commissioned a nice sign to hang over their rest and relaxation area for his lovely wife.  This used a 60° V-bit and Aspire’s VCarve toolpath generator.  It’s simple and beautiful especially due to the 1″ thick African […]

2802, 2017

Print & Cut Vinyl at the IMRC

By |February 28th, 2017|activities, front, Resources|0 Comments

The IMRC has recently produced a batch of our stickers representing our logo. Not only does the Summa DC4 print vinyl using thermal pin printer head technology it also cuts the stickers out and provides a weeding pattern.  The weeding pattern allows us to remove the unwanted vinyl from the […]

702, 2017

Printable Circuits Boards

By |February 7th, 2017|front, IMRC News, Resources, Uncategorized, Work & Activities|0 Comments

Using the new V One Voltera Circuit board printer our student created a CAD file in EagleCAD and printed it the same day. If you’re interested in learning how then come see us at the IMRC Center Labs.

1902, 2016

Welcome the new Taz

By |February 19th, 2016|front, IMRC Events, IMRC News, Uncategorized, Work & Activities|0 Comments

 

The new addition to our collection of 3D printers is the Lulzbot Taz 5.  It boasts the best printer award from Make Magazine and 3D Forged. The print area is above adequate at 11.4in x 10.8in x 9.8in, and the print bed has a PEI film assisting the heated bed to […]

501, 2016

3D Photoworks is recreating famous paintings in 3D for the Blind

By |January 5th, 2016|IMRC News, Uncategorized, Work & Activities, World News|1 Comment

John Olson and his company 3D Photoworks are recreating famous works of art so that persons will visual disabilities can experience them.  By using sandstone 3D printers, like the one we have here at the IMRC Center, they are able to print 3D reliefs in color. The reliefs allow the […]

310, 2015

AUTODESK FUSION 360 Creates a Guitar Body

By |October 3rd, 2015|front, IMRC News, Uncategorized, Work & Activities, World News|2 Comments

Lately I’ve been teaching myself Autodesk’s new software Fusion 360. It’s not only a simple to use CAD platform but it also fuses some CAM capability into the framework. This allows designers and hobbyists to also create their tool-paths for 3D printers or CNC machines in the same user friendly […]

310, 2015

Monument Making

By |October 3rd, 2015|front, Work & Activities|0 Comments

The Veterans office has asked us to install a new monument to the fallen soldiers of UMaine since the war of 1812. These military seal prototypes are just part of the installation going into the memorial room.

2609, 2015

Lay Brick PLA for 3D Printed Ceramics

By |September 26th, 2015|front, IMRC News|0 Comments

 

This came to us as a 3D Hubs order through our IMRC Center 3D Hub. This cactus pot was designed by a 3D Hubs customer who sent us this file to be printed by our MakerBot using our LayBrick Ceramic PLA. This allows for water to evaporate like most ceramic pots. […]