Showing posts from January, 2016

Carvey shipping update

As you know from our last update, we've started shipping Carveys! So far, the response from people who have received their machines has been tremendous. We are so honored and humbled by all your support. This has been a long journey, and we are so glad to finally get Carvey into your hands! We couldn’t have done it without the support of our backers, and we thank you. We’re blown away by the thoughtfulness and creativity our backers have demonstrated when working on their first few projects. One person carved out some family photos using the new image trace feature in Easel.   Photos carved using the new image trace in Easel Another backer bought a Carvey so he could make things with his three kids. Immediately after getting the machine set up, his daughter began making Texas-shaped keychains.   Texas-shaped key chains carved from fluorescent acrylic In addition to these successes, we’ve also had some more issues with machines getting damaged in shipment. Despite passi

50 States 3D Carver Winners Announced!

The winners of the Inventables 50 States 3D Carver Contest have officially been announced! We selected one school from each of the 50 states (still waiting on you Delaware!) to receive a free 3D Carver! The schools selected ranged from K-12, high schools, community colleges, and universities. The schools were then able to choose between Inventables two 3D carving machines, the X-Carve or Carvey , as their grand prize. The Inventables team was overwhelmed by the amount of thought, effort and care that these schools put into the three rounds of the contest. Check out this great article from highlighting the winning schools from Tennessee and Hawaii! Read the full article here . Winners: Alabama - James Clemens High School Alaska - Dimond High School Arizona - Zaharis Elementary School Arkansas - Washington Middle School California - Templeton High School Colorado - Career Center Connecticut - Salisbury School Del