Through wood working, Bob found his way into building Bases and stands for architectural model. This soon lead to architectural model and engineering models. A few years back in the University, and a B.S. degree in Industrial Design was achieved.
Above is the 'Skamp' table and arm chair, design and prototype by Robert Orr Designs
Photos of master and molding process for carbon-fiber bicycle.
Bicycle frame in finished state:
This is an architectural model built by Sorreal Models.
Bob helped with the base, lighting, and other features.
The actual building, now standing in Oakland, California
Medical sample holder, engineering prototype. Built to blueprint or CAD plans by milling and fabricating plastic into a master model. A silicone rubber mold was then molded from this master model. Several sample prototypes were produced for photo shoots, engineering testing, and marketing purposes These techniques were still in use in the 1980s and 90s.
Telephone body built in a similar manner as the previously shown medical sample holder.
All intellectual property, including photographs, sculptures, and concepts, copyright by Robert Orr 1975-2016