In 1972 Phill Pittman entered a Carpentry apprenticeship program with the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America focused on becoming a Journeyman carpenter with all the skill that title implied. A few years later upon graduation, he was named outstanding apprentice of the year, Presented with the first annual George Stein award as well as others and invited to return to the UBJC apprenticeship school as an instructor. Never satisfied with the status quo, Phill continued to grow his interests and talents in architectural and industrial design, sculpture and new technology development.
Each project, whether product development or heuristic refinement, is developed and executed with the firm assurance that it will be second to none in quality and function upon completion. We regularly implement 3d reverse engineering using laser scanners, digitizing arms and photogrammetry to establish or track the physical 3d state of all components of a project as needed. CNC production is done in house on multi head industrial equipment while large scale laser work is done on contract work on lasers up to 3000 watts that will accurately cut up to 1/2" stainless. We have multiple stereolithographic and FDM 3D printers in house to do quick proof of concept prototyping.
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