“If you can't open it, you don't own it.”
Demoing the Augmented Reality headset I helped ship.
Cooking with Create.
Preparing an interior trim component of a 1987 Porsche for photogrammetry.
Render result from RealityCapture.
Original component next to its 3D scanned, stitched, printed, JB-Welded, ground, and finished doppelganger.
Sometimes the artisan touch requires a die grinder.
Backyard forge iteration 1. Made with two biscuit tins, refractory cement, and a PC fan for forced air induction.
Backyard forge iteration 2, featuring coal and rebar.
First welding project: two salvaged mountain bike frames.
Third welding project: two mountain bike frames and one child’s bike frame. Features chain steering via welded cog.
Beginning of the first 3D printer build, including rework of cast parts and salvaged NEMA 17 stepper motors.
After hours of tuning, this was the first printer part upgrade printed by itself.
Final incarnation running well.
As captured by a news crew.