CNC Routing @ Keeseh
Demonstrations every 30 minutes!
Let your imagination run wild with new and innovative ideas that you could make with the assistance of a CNC router as we share how you can gain access to this machine. On September 17th from 4-6 pm, Keeseh’s doors will be open for CNC routing demonstrations and woodshop tours. Demonstrations on the 5’x8’x6” Shopbot CNC router will be held every half hour – showing the machines capabilities, limitations, explaining how it all works, and displaying some designs that the studio has produced with the machine. Visit Keeseh’s workshop at the Hope Artiste Village before heading over to Green Drinks, also at Hope Artiste Village.
Keeseh Studio is a community woodshop with prototyping and fabrication capabilities. The studio provides machinery, tools, and workspace that local artists and designers rent using something resembling a membership system. This gives artists and designers access to capabilities, resources, and a community of others with whom to share their ideas and gain critiques. To encourage the growth of woodworking as design and craft, Keeseh offers woodworking classes. Keeseh additionally offers design and consulting services and works both with individuals on commissions as well as designs for industry. The studio’s clientele includes Crate & Barrel, Room & Board, Maria Yee Inc, Pli Design, Up Country, and many more.
There is no fee for attending the workshop.