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Working on this project as a favor for my local makerspace, it’s cool to see these in use at the ice cream shop that opened next door.
This is where I spend 20 hours a week.
I’ve been cranking away at 3D prints so I thought I’d just share a few pics I’ve taken recently.
A cool job that came across my desk at Beechwood Metalworks was designing 3D sheet metal fruit.
Working with a local company, Isolate It!. I wrote this instructable to show one of the many cool uses of their Shock Tape product. Instructable – Vibration Isolation Handlebars
I recently published this instructable detailing my method of creating 3D prints from 2D images. 3D Print an Image
Frustrated with constantly pulling my fiancee’s hairs out from between my toes, I made a carpet broom to keep living room clean. You can read more about it here, $2 Carpet Broom.
While riding the Pokemon Go train, I fervently worked to get this NFC embedded badge printed before the official Pokemon Go Plus released. Turns out they postponed the Plus to infinity and the game is no longer the unifying social force it used to be here in the Bay. I still keep this badge on my desk…
I made a quick NFC tag which, when scanned, directs new acquaintances to this blog. The logo on the coins is a refined version of a logo my dad drew years ago. It’s based on my initials, DHP.
I wrote a few instructables, some unpublished, about some home improvements my girlfriend and I threw together in the first few weeks we moved in. We promised to throw a housewarming party two weeks after moving in, which I can tell you is an amazing incentive to get work done quickly. We antiqued a few…
My entry into the OnHub Design Challenge on Myminifactory.com was a new shell for the router to mimic a classic well. Because nowadays we don’t need to travel far for sources of water, but we do need to travel to the source of internet to obtain our maximum download speeds. I’m happy to say that this…