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some of mouldCAM’s art and
architectural projects....using
CNC manufacturing technology
across a range of materials
to make even the most complex
of designs possible.

Turpin + Crawford Halo, carbon fiber sculpture

Image by Ian Hobbs Photography

HALO A lightweight 12 meter wide carbon fiber ring attached to a 6 meter long arm sits atop a 13 meter high tilted mast. The sculpture’s fluid, rhythmic movements as it rotates on a ceramic bearing the size of a marble are testimony to the engineering miracles of composite technology.

“Halo’s deceptively simple form belies the complexity of its multi-disciplinary engineering. mouldCAM were a critical partner in helping us achieve success.”
- Jennifer Turpin, Turpin + Crawford

DAY IN, DAY OUT, BLIGH ST cast aluminium public artwork James Angus ellipsoidal freeway fiber reinforced polymerHAMER HALL, ARM Architecture composites Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre, composites architecture James Angus Mountains Valleys Caves Fiberglass composite Polar Bears sculpture RMIT composite building facade, ARM architecture Short Shelter, composite blade