Justin Sheinberg

Justin Sheinberg

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

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I am a devoted employee with an intense passion for design and fabrication. In the last eight years I have worked in numerous digital fabrication and architectural design firms, using a variety of digital equipment, physical tools and modeling software. While pursuing my bachelors in architecture, at FAU, I worked in the architectural fabrication lab using and maintaining laser cutters, 3 axis CNC router, table saws, sanding tools, scroll saw, drill press and even built the first 3D printer in the lab. After graduating I managed an Architecture firm and model fabrication shop in Miami, Florida. Here I managed employees, maintained equipment and trained two offices of staff to use and understand modeling software, CAD plans, 3D printers, power tools, LED electrical lighting and a Laser Cutter in order to create over a 100 projects in 3 years. In 2018 I was accepted into the Master’s for advanced architecture program at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, IAAC. At IAAC I developed my skills in computational architecture, parametric architecture, robotic construction, 3D printing, fabrication, teamwork, presentations, design development, robotic construction, construction documents and more. By the end of my Master’s I had created a negative waste building material to be used in the field of additive manufacturing food producing architecture. I am a person who puts their full potential into everything I do and am looking forward to speaking with you further.



EDSA, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, Design Software Specialist

Sep 2019 - current

Sinter Form, Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, Founder and CEO

Founded by Justin and Mariel Sheinberg in 2017, Sinter Form is a professional robotic fabrication and design firm that's proud to offer its services to clients throughout the globe. At its most basic level, robotic fabrication is the act of constructing a physical project from a digital design. Robotic fabrication, at Sinter Form, begins with a 2D/3D modeled design that acts as blue prints to be used for construction. With its wide variety of tools; 3D printers, laser cutter, CNC routers, robotic arms, wood shop and more robotic fabrication becomes the optimal tool for any project. Sinter Form aspires to become a large scale architectural fabrication design firm that also provides the public with access to these unique tools.

Jan 2017 - current

Eclipse Yacht Canvas, Davie, FL, US, Fabrication Designer

Although it was a short employment, due to the fact that I was accepted into my master’s program, I implemented strategies for optimization for fabrication. This optimization for fabrication was done by using grasshopper to parametrically create patterns for fabrication. I then trained the digital modeling team on how to implement these grasshopper definitions into there every day work, which reduced the digital modeling time by 70%. To this day they are still using the definitions I created in order to meet the deadlines for the clients.

Mar 2018 - Aug 2018

The Realization Group, Oakland Park, Architectural Model Shop Director

Within the first 3 months of my employment I moved from intern into a managerial position, by the end of the year I was training and managing a minimum of five staff members. My duties included, managing two offices, supervising staff, maintaining and operating laser cutters, 3D printers and working with clients such as; Perkins & Will, BIG, Arquitectonica, UM, Lennar Homes, Terra Developers and more to create over 100 architectural scale models within my three years of employment.

Jul 2014 - Dec 2017

3D modeling and digital fabrication (Internship), Boca Raton, FL, US, Lead digital fabricator

After Graduating from FAU I was approach by a professor, in a separate department, to evolve her professional artistic work from 2D to 3D using digital fabrication. Using Grasshopper, Rhino, 3 axis CNC routing and SLS 3D printing I was able to create four unique evolutions of her work. Two of these projects, a 3D printed chandelier and sconce, were exhibited in the 2015 Art Wynwood in Miami. The other two projects were created using a 3 axis CNC router and were exhibited in galleries around the world. In this partnership I developed my skills in communicating with one on one clients to be able to bring the ideas into our realm.

May 2014 - Jan 2015


IaaC - The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona, ES, Masters, Advanced Architecture

During my time at IAAC I advanced my skills in, presentations, communications, teamwork, AR/VR integration into Architecture, Kuka robotic arm construction, ABB robotic arm 3D printing, Computational Architecture, Parametric Architecture and even created a negative waste agricultural building material. I am very proud of this thesis research and advice you to take a look at the link...

Oct 2018 - current

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, US, BArch, Architecture

During my five years at FAU I learned how to implement digital fabrication techniques into my architectural designs using; 3D modeling, Wood working, 3D printing, Laser cutting and 3 axis CNC routing. I took full advantage to these tools and became the first student, at FAU, to ever CNC acrylic and created the first FDM 3D printer for the university.

Aug 2009 - Jun 2014

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