Unwilling to be constrained by any one tool, our ideation process may involve photography, sketching, illustration, sculpting, or scanning before moving into the CAD realm. Once there, 3D printing allows us to refine our prototypes as many times as needed to makes sure that our objects are refined enough to be considered done.
While we begin with plastic to experiment with form, the final process depends upon the technical constraints of how 3D printing works for each material. Our stainless steel objects are printed granule by granule and show the contour lines of each layer, while the precious metals are finely printed in wax before being cast in one of the most traditional methods known.
We put a lot of thought into each of our pieces, and we think our objects shine in whatever material you choose.
Tired of working in bits, four gents from New York challenged themselves to work with atoms and GothamSmith was formed.
Every moment that passes 3D printing makes manufacturing objects easier than ever, but just because things can be made faster, we don't think they should be made with less care.