2D CNC Milling: Engraved Brass Tickets
3 tickets were engraved on one peice of brass stock.
Patina was used to darken the engraved lines. I also soldered one into a keychain.
2.5D CNC Milling: Maze Game

An acrylic lid was laser cut and attached to the aluminum base with drill and taps.

3D CNC Milling: Bundt Cake Mold
A 2"x2" positive form to be used for a mold
An adaptive cut and a radial cut was used to create the finish.
3D CNC Milling with Flip: Rocket and Clouds
Started from 2"x2"x6" aluminum stock
A parallel toolpath was used to create the final finish.
Stock had to be left in the middle in order to hold in vice.
Solidworks model of rocket & clouds.
3D CNC Milling with Multiple Flips: Candle Holder
2 adaptive and 4 parallel passes were used.
Finished on lathe by boring a 10° beveled hole, filing and parting.
UFO Roller Toy
Exploded View
Orthographic Views
Mill-Max Internship

During the summer of 2018, I got the opportunity to intern at Mill-Max, an interconnect components manufacturing company in Oyster Bay, NY. I worked in the tool room along side several machinists to machine parts for manufacturing machines. Below are a few of the parts I machined.
Air Jet Holder - Cold Rolled Steel
Clip Bracket - Tool Steel
Auto Spring-Pin Loader Front Bracket - Aluminum
Auto Spring-Pin Loader Side Plate Guide - Aluminum 
Spring Pin Assembly Machine
After we machined all the parts, I helped assembly them together into the final machine.
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