Not very pretty, I know. But this is a proof of concept for a mechanical liquid measuring/dispensing device. You know what that means: cocktails.
Testing out wedged mortise and tenon joints in steel. 94 degrees seems to win!
The Corpse Reviver and I are getting ready for the Science of Cocktails evening at the Exploratorium this Friday!
And now my very first Waterjet part! This is just the tip of the iceberg of what the huge Omax 5 axis machine can do, but I can’t wait to drive into it. Not literally of course. That water is NASTY to the max.
3D printing my first parts! They are test parts for a small sculpture, two bevel gears and, for lack of a better term, a ‘petal gear’.
I’m so excited to be starting my residency at Instructables/Autodesk! Here we are watching the Metabeam laser scream through some 1/4” ply at 500in/sec!
The beginnings of my steel drum machine for the CuriOdyssey. The large gear has 60 teeth, then 50, 40, etc.
A re-hashed GIF of my class project I posted a couple weeks ago. This one should play. A nice little automata project using nylon gears and a shadow box
This may come as a surprise to many, but this is my first Arduino program. Running on a tiny Digispark!
My booth at the Bazaar Bizarre. I’m here at the Concourse Exhibition Hall in San Francisco all weekend. Come on by!