Matt Keeter @ CBA


I completed my M.S. at CBA in June 2013.
Now, I'm an engineer at Formlabs and remain a Research Affilicate of CBA.

I started out working on the programmable surfaces project, and then developed volumetric CAD/CAM workflows for my M.S. thesis.

I'm the active developer of the kokopelli project, which uses functional representations as a backend for CAD/CAM.

More recently, my development efforts have been going into Antimony, a CAD tool which extends a node-graph paradigm with pervasive scripting.

Previously, I earned a B.S. in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College.


M.S. Thesis
Thesis proposal, presentation


How to Make (almost) Anything

How to Make Something
that Makes (almost) Anything

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