Since 2003, I do not only create mathematical visualizations, but also mathematical 3d-objects, often using laser-in-glass or 3d-printing.

Some of my most active fields of work are the following:

- 3d-printed mathematical sculptures,
- 3d-printed mathematical jewelry,
- mathematical laser-in-glass objects,
- mathematical acryl objects, cut by a laser,
- mathematical illustrations,
- mathematical exhibitions using some of the above.

>> For more info, see the seperate Math Objects page,

>>> or see my external websites: www.Math-Sculpture.com and www.MO-Labs.com.