Exploded Bridgeport
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Exploded Bridgeport

Much of my work originates from a deep love of machinery, and a curiosity about how things work. This piece is a salvaged head from a Bridgeport Milling Machine (a fairly iconic cornerstone of the metal working world). The idea was to build a literal reference to an exploded parts diagram of the machine, and use as many traditional manual machining techniques in the process to make it happen. The result is a real departure from the rest of my portfolio, but I’m confident that it will lead to more work in this vein.

Exploded Bridgeport




52” x 20” x 28”


Bridgeport mill head, machined steel and aluminum, Atlas drill press stand, paint.

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