- Secret Passageway Switch
- Robot Recipes
- Robot Recipes: Copyright Infringement Edition
- Mobile Homes
- Crate & Barrel Turned Wood Ornaments
- Crate & Barrel Wood Grain House Ornaments
- Candle Scope
- Glow in the Spark
- Finn's Army
- Utility Belts
- Spoil Boards
- The Trophy Room
- Laser Turning
- Reinventing the Wheel Prototypes
- Stacked Lamination Experiments
- Rubber Origami
- Making Faces
- Fore-edge Subway Map
- How To's
The Sleeping Machine was one of my favorite experiments to come out of the 100 Days of Making class I took part in. It’s a simple crank mechanism made of laser cut acrylic, attached to a DC motor gear box.
I recently received a Oneway Drill Wizard jig. Problem was the post was for a 1″ diam tool rest base, luckily, it is removable. So I turned an aluminum post 5/8″ diam for my smaller lathe. Works great.
Been milling some wooden Voltron parts, the Blue Lion to be exact. Showing some students how to use the 4 axis mill. Using the fantastic files from Jurica Pranjic.
Once again Donald Bell has been kind enough to mention a project of mine in his weekly Maker Update.
Day 37: Flick Face. Perf board, LEDs, coin cell battery, battery holder, resistors, hookup wire, and springs. I made some whisker switches using the springs from ball point pens I got at the bank. The circuit kind of looks like a face and you get the best results when you flick the board.