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Make: Design for CNC

Meet the Authors

Anne Filson is an architect and co-founder of AtFAB and the architecture, design, and research firm Filson and Rohrbacher. She spent her early career working for architecture and design offices, including Rem Koolhaas and the design consultancy, IDEO. Filson holds a BA from Smith College and Master of Architecture from Columbia University. Currently, she’s an Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky College of Design.

Gary Rohrbacher is an architect, professor, and co-founder of Filson and Rohrbacher and AtFAB. He started his career at award-winning architecture offices leading internationally recognized projects. He’s been recognized for his teaching and research excellence at Harvard University’s Design School, CCA, UT Austin, and presently at the University of Kentucky. He holds degrees from MIT, Columbia University, and Lehigh University.

Anna Kaziunas France is co-author of Make: Design for CNC. She has been an Editor with Make: Books, Make Magazine’s Digital Fabrication Editor, co-author of Getting Started with MakerBot, and compiler of the Make: 3D Printing book. She also directed and taught the “How to Make Almost Anything” rapid prototyping course at the Providence Fab Academy.

Trained as a boat carpenter, Bill Young now works for ShopBot Tools as a digital fabrication specialist. In his shop on the Eastern Shore of VA Bill has worked on CNC projects ranging from milling circuit boards to fabricating full sized houses. Bill is a co-creator of the Shelter 2.0 project and one of the founders of the 100kGarages digital fabrication network.