frequently asked questions

and some other things that are good to know.

So what is it that you do exactly?

We are a digital fabrication company.


And what is digital fabrication?

Digital fabrication is any manufacturing process that uses computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinery to translate the virtual information of a computer model or drawing into a real physical artifact.


What types of projects do you take on?

We specialize in large scale fabrication and typically take on architectural interiors, building facade components, full size architectural mock-ups, retail environments, corporate lobbies and offices, tradeshow displays, and art installations.


What type of clients do you typically partner with?

We typically partner with Architects, Artists, Retail Brands, Advertising agencies, Event Designers, Set Designers, Real Estate Developers, Property Management Firms and General Contractors.


Do you have a list of clients you’ve worked with in the past?

Yes please see here.


What materials do you work with?

We work with all types of wood, composites, plastics, foams and non-ferrous sheet metals.


What is your fabrication capability?

We have a 7-Axis industrial robot with a 3m reach and an extremely flexible work envelope, two large format 3-axis CNC routers (5’x8’ and 6’x12’), and a full millwork equipped traditional woodworking machinery.


Do you offer additional services beyond fabrication?

We draw on  an expansive network of professional partners offering logistics, field surveys, site scanning and installation services. We have the resources available to see a project from inception to completion.


What software do you run and what file types do you use?

We model and draw in Rhinoceros 3D and Grasshopper, program our 3-axis machines in RhinoCam and program our industrial robot in HAL. We prefer native Rhino (.3DM) files but are able to work with many other filetypes including IGES, STEP, DXF, DWG, STL OBJ AI and PDF files.


Where are you located?

We are located on the northernmost part of the New Jersey Shore. A short drive or ferry ride from New York City.


Is it possible to visit your facility?

We welcome visitors by appointment. Please feel free to contact us and schedule a time to visit.


How do we get started?