Cleveland Institute of Art glass student, Mark Rubelowsky, turned laser cut plywood into a cast glass masterpiece. Using the think[box] laser cutters, he created a multi-layered wood mold lakeside. He used this mold to make a negative out of rubber, which he then used to cast a wax positive identical to the wooden mold. A plaster and silica mold was built around the wax positive, and the wax was steamed out to empty the mold. Then, Mark filled the plaster mold with glass powder and cullet, and fired the piece.
Mark Rubelowsky - firstname.lastname@example.org