What is a CNC Jamboree?

 

We started out like a lot of you as hobbyist CNCers and in time became very serious about the craft, art, use and function of CNC equipment. Our goal here at a CNC Jamboree is to offer affordable and valuable training to everyone.


To share new hardware and software and introduce you to patterns and projects that will blow your mind. We will also share machine demos that will help you realize what a finely tuned and maintained CNC machine is capable of. The sky is no longer the limit.


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This year will see the arrival of a new and exciting element to the CNC Jamboree.

Classes

Aspire, Project set up, Finishing, Project Development, Pricing your work ...

Instructors 

Experience classes with instructors that you just can't get to any other way.

Who can benefit from a CNC Jamboree?

 

Anyone! In today's World, CNC has become very affordable to hobbyists, artists, co-ops and small woodworking shops, it is no longer limited to large production facilities. The piece that was missing? Affordable training. We intend to fill that void. Our training will appeal to novice as well as expert users.


​​We know that the initial cost can be low and people sometimes get caught up in the excitement of just taking a machine home and they leave it captive in the box (you people know who you are) we intend to empower you with the knowledge required to make worthwhile projects, to set your machine and your imagination free, to feel the power of creativity and unleash it onto the World.

POSTPONED ... TBA ... Stay Tuned

Lexington, Kentucky

Testimonial ... "I learned a ton last year and am looking forward to even greater exchange of information this year. The food was great, the people were awesome ... " Scott Smith

Instructors ... meet them all.

Joe Lovchik has spent his whole life creating things.  His artistic talent was discovered at a very young age ... it is rare not to find a sketch of something on his desk that he has mindlessly doodled. Eventually persuaded to move to Texas, Joe became the Marketing Director for CarveWright. Since joining LHR full-time in 2007, he has played several key roles in its growth including development of the company website, marketing and sales materials ... Read More


Michael Tyler ... In January 2007, Michael added a new tool to his workshop - a CarveWright/CompuCarve CNC machine.

He quickly developed a fascination for the creative potential ...Michael enjoys the use of both traditional and contemporary Creative Arts mediums. A background in music led him to a career as a Music Technology consultant when computers were just beginning to be used for music composition ... Read More


TJ Christansen ... TJ is an outdoorsman originally from northern Michigan. He spent his childhood in the woods gaining an interest in different species of trees and what they can be used for. TJ has has spent the last 3 years designing projects, assembling machines, teaching others how to use their ShopBot and spending any free time his wife will let him have out in the garage cutting out projects. Read More


​Jason Allen is not just a CarveWright user; he was the leader in forming the CNC Art Guild; an idea that began on the CarveWright User’s Forum and within weeks became a reality ...  Of the CNC Art Industry, Jason states, “it is a totally new industry waiting to blossom and explode.” At his shop, Jason also creates signs many of which have a military theme.

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Location ...

The Learning Center at Linlee, Lexington, Kentucky.  We are very proud to announce this as the location for this years Digital Fabber CNC Jamboree. TLC at Linlee is a School of Invotion, which offers four core-content classes along with physical education and art, is a project-based learning environment with real-world applications for students. 2420 Spurr Road • Lexington, Kentucky 40511 ... Read More

 "What is DigitalFabber?" You might be asking yourself, “Who, or what, is Digital Fabber”?It is a movement, a collective awakening of the creative spirit, a group of like minded people empowering one another to Carve It, Cut It, Stitch It and Print It. With the use of CNC tools like routers, lasers, long arm quilters, and 3d Printers, we are creating real world solutions to everyday problems. We do it in the privacy of our own homes, in a shop, at a hacker meeting, and even at public high schools.


Our Mission Statement:  Sharing Digital Fabrication Technologies through the use of computerized tools and software.


DigitalFabber is also an informational website (www.DigitalFabber.com), an online Magazine of sorts. It's a place where we share all of the latest technologies and techniques: Build Blogs, Digital Patterns and Project Plans, all of the training videos we can find, and so much more.


We also provide an online community (www.DigitalFabber.com/community). It has become a single location to gather and chat, post to forums, browse photo and video galleries, and educate yourself or others about what a fabber is and does.


"t3IR" Welcome to the Third Industrial Revolution.What is a Fabber? A fabber (short for digital fabricator) is a “factory in a box” that makes things automatically from digital data. Fabbers generate three-dimensional, solid objects you can hold in your hands, submit to testing, or assemble into working mechanisms. They are used by manufacturers around the world for low-volume production, prototyping, and mold mastering. They are also used by scientists and surgeons for solid imaging, and by a few modern artists for innovative computerized sculpture. Manufacturers report enormous productivity gains from using fabbers.