We at the Intermedia MFA Program are pleased to present the work of Ali Asgar, Susan Bryand, Arturo Camacho, Rachel Church, Josh Couturier, Reed Hayden, Kara Foster, Aylah Ireland, Anna Martin, Diane McClellan, Derek Smith, and Tom Zani. Please come to enjoy The Biography of an Idea, which showcases coursework [...]
Orono, ME - On Thursday, November 30th at 7:00pm, artists Destin Black, Alicia Champlin, Kate Dawson, Aylah Ireland, Eleanor Kipping, Steve Norton, Michael Rosenstein, Amy Pierce, and Anna Soule, will host STUDIO AJAR: Volume IV, an open studio event and pop-up show at the IMRC Center in Orono. Artist will [...]
Getting to know the Vacuum Former.
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 [...]
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 [...]
The IMRC Lab produced a decal of Orono Brewing Company's logo with a special material. Play the video and see how special it is! https://vimeo.com/206149715
The IMRC Fab Lab created a digital map of buildings and roads in UMaine comprised of vector lines and 3D extrusions. This is for the Disability Services office to create personalized tactile maps for persons with visual disabilities. computer 3D model iteration Close ups of the final product
Mezzanine Wall Panel up in the Artist in Residence space at the IMRC Center. Manufactured by CNC technology.
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. Voltera V-One Printed Circuit Board
Tea Tuck was a prototyping project completed for one of our clients in Fall 2016 semester. This project challenged the design of coffee sleeves that we currently have in the market. Instead of just simply being a coffee sleeve, Tea Tuck has a side pocket that holds a tea bag while [...]