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Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2020, February). Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion. Presented at Material Research Exchange, Business Design Centre, London

This presentation will outline research into ceramic profile extrusion. The research was initiated as creative explorations within the author's own craft practice. However, the project has since developed into a UKRI funded project, with global compa... Read More about Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion.

Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion: Developing craft based experiments into industrial applications. (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2019, September). Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion: Developing craft based experiments into industrial applications. Paper presented at Making Futures 2019, Plymouth

This paper will outline research into ceramic profile extrusion. The research was initiated as creative explorations within the author's own craft practice. However, the project has since developed into a UKRI funded project, with global companies, s... Read More about Smart Tooling for Ceramic Extrusion: Developing craft based experiments into industrial applications..

Tools for tooling: Digital fabrication technology as the innovation enabler (2019)
Journal Article
Jorgensen, T. (2019). Tools for tooling: Digital fabrication technology as the innovation enabler. Arts, 8(1), 9. https://doi.org/10.3390/arts8010009

Abstract: This paper describes research concerning the creation of a novel sheet glass forming system based on the Reconfigurable Pin Tooling (RPT) principle. The paper will initially outline some of the theoretical and technical background for the r... Read More about Tools for tooling: Digital fabrication technology as the innovation enabler.

Glassworks symposium and exhibition (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2018, November). Glassworks symposium and exhibition. Presented at Glassworks symposium and exhibition

Tavs Jorgensen, Centre for Fine Print Research and the Ken Stradling Collection invites you to the Glassworks research symposium and exhibition on Friday 9th of November 2018. The Glassworks project explores the use of 3D printing in glass investment... Read More about Glassworks symposium and exhibition.

Jugstrusion: A 3D printed indeterministic design approach (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2018, September). Jugstrusion: A 3D printed indeterministic design approach. Paper presented at Impact 10

This paper reports from ongoing research into the use of 3D printing for developing design and production tools, more specifically for creating dies for the clay extrusion process. Through practice based experiments the research seeks to pose wider q... Read More about Jugstrusion: A 3D printed indeterministic design approach.

Glassworks: Interdisciplinary exploration of 3D printing and glass investment casting (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensne, T. (2018, April). Glassworks: Interdisciplinary exploration of 3D printing and glass investment casting. Presented at European Academy of Design (EAD) Conference, Dundee 2019 'Running with Scissors'

A new interdisciplinary research initiative which seeks to establish novel applications for glass investment casting through the use of 3D printed mould patterns. The research explores how complete design and production workflows can be established t... Read More about Glassworks: Interdisciplinary exploration of 3D printing and glass investment casting.

JUGSTRUSIONS: Technological (in)determinism and the value of material knowledge (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2017, October). JUGSTRUSIONS: Technological (in)determinism and the value of material knowledge. Paper presented at The Ceramics Biennial, Ceramic Values - Can Ceramics make a difference?

This conference contribution is proposed as a lecture and possibly also small exhibition. The contribution concerns a research project that explores new notions of the concept of technological determinism, which at its most extreme interpretation pro... Read More about JUGSTRUSIONS: Technological (in)determinism and the value of material knowledge.

From users to outsiders: Shifting the sphere of independent innovation from own practice to external fields (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T. (2017, June). From users to outsiders: Shifting the sphere of independent innovation from own practice to external fields. Paper presented at NORDES 2017 - 7th Nordic Design Research Conference

This paper concerns doctorial research that investigates how new manufacturing concepts can be developed by individual designers facilitated by an increased diffusion of digital fabrication tools and knowledge resources. The paper reports on a practi... Read More about From users to outsiders: Shifting the sphere of independent innovation from own practice to external fields.

3D printed glass investment casting moulds (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T., & Matthias, G. (2015, March). 3D printed glass investment casting moulds. Presented at Material Matters 3D Printing Forum

Keynote at Material Matters 3D Printing Forum Conference, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, Canada.

Research into 3D printed glass investment casting moulds (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T., & Matthias, G. (2014, September). Research into 3D printed glass investment casting moulds. Presented at Glass in Science and Conservation (Glassac 14)

This paper concerns a research project research undertaken at Falmouth University into the use of emerging 3D printing technology in glass investment casting. This project, which has now been on going for over 4 years, has successfully developed an e... Read More about Research into 3D printed glass investment casting moulds.

Glass mold innovation through collaborative research (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Jorgensen, T., & Matthias, G. (2014, March). Glass mold innovation through collaborative research. Presented at Glass Art Society 43rd Annual Conference

Collaborations between practitioners with different skills and knowledge bases can be a great driver for innovation. Over the last 4 years we have been working together to combine our knowledge bases to develop a new approach in making glass casting... Read More about Glass mold innovation through collaborative research.

New approaches in glass investment casting - Creative practitioners researching and innovating in the field of digital Fabrication (2014)
Journal Article
Fabrication. Design Journal, 17(3), 455-471. https://doi.org/10.2752/175630614X13982745783127

This paper describes a research project aimed at delivering innovation in a combined sphere of digital fabrication and glass investment casting. The project has established an entirely new method for creating glass casting moulds directly from three-... Read More about New approaches in glass investment casting - Creative practitioners researching and innovating in the field of digital Fabrication.

Modern Masters glass pieces
Digital Artefact
Jorgensen, T. Modern Masters glass pieces

2 Glass Pieces exhibited at Modern Masters exhibition, Munich International Trade Fair. "The Chamber of Crafts of Munich and Upper Bavaria is organising the special exhibition 'Modern Masters' on behalf of the Assocaition for the Advancement in Cr... Read More about Modern Masters glass pieces.

Pin bowls at Collect 2014
Digital Artefact
Jorgensen, T. (2014). Pin bowls at Collect 2014

Four glass pieces featured by the Wills Lane Galley in Collect 2014 @ The Saachi Gallery, London http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/collect-2014-catalogue/files/assets/basic-html/index.html#1

Orbit series of glass bowls
Digital Artefact
Jorgensen, T. (2014). Orbit series of glass bowls

This conference contribution is an exhibition of a series of glass bowls. These bowls are part of the output from the author’s investigation into a flexible tooling concepts known as Reconfigurable Pin Tooling (RPT) and the ‘Orbit’ series is the resu... Read More about Orbit series of glass bowls.

Grey pin bowl at the "British Design: From William Morris to the Digital Revolution" exhibition
Digital Artefact
Jorgensen, T. (2014). Grey pin bowl at the "British Design: From William Morris to the Digital Revolution" exhibition

Glass Bowls featured at “British Design: from William Morris to the Digital Revolution” The exhibition was a participant of Russian-British 2014 Bilateral Year and took place in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. Intimate yet fundamental, this... Read More about Grey pin bowl at the "British Design: From William Morris to the Digital Revolution" exhibition.

Neo-industrial biography, glass working and re-configurable toolmaking
Digital Artefact
Jorgensen, T. (2015). Neo-industrial biography, glass working and re-configurable toolmaking. Los Angeles

The title for this exhibition (and presentation) is a reference to Samuel Smiles book: “Industrial Biography, Iron Workers and Toolmakers” (1863). In this book Smiles discusses how advances in tool making was the driving force for the first industr... Read More about Neo-industrial biography, glass working and re-configurable toolmaking.


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