The company I work for (I'm TTUTH --> The Thing Under The Hood, i.e.
With the introduction of being able to add 3D files to blog posts, I've generated a cardholder.
This will be used when we have our stand up, so that people can grab some visit cards. ...yay
With the current prospect and the need for aquiring skills in drilling for water on planet Mars, NASA have taken a keen interest in Norwegian solutions that we use in the North Sea for extracting oil.
I've been checking for some time now on the different solutions within 3D Scanning, from DIY projects to the more industrial expensive solutions.
As I want to get a grasp of what is out there, before I start shopping.
My main purpose is to find a good affordable solution, where I can scan my family, print them out, and put the busts on top of the fireplace.
So for my next project, I am planning on creating a full Stormtrooper suit ready for print.
I have started with the helmet, as this is the coolest part :D
A 3D printed Zerg logo, that I've painted with miniature paint ...just for fun.
I thought I'd give a review on how we have handled Spam here on Youblob.
Instead of putting them all in a glass jar (the honeypot), we now run around with one of those electrical tennisrackets and zap them wherever they approach. And the hit rate is awesomly accurate towards spam.
So for my dad's birthday, him being a hobby astronomer for over 40 years. I decided to print him a replica of the Saturn V rocket.
Here is a timelapse of building up the actual chassis / cockpit.
I'm planning on adding a few more layers of glassfiber to get the whole thing rock solid.
After that aluminum bars will be welded across the whole top.
So my first project was to 3D print something useful, and test out "large" structure. Building bigger than the heatbed of the printer at least. So I went for a Staunton Full Size Chess Set.
My incomplete introduction on my on-going "hoverpod" project.
(short for Manned Arial Vehicle Electric Reprocessed Induction Coil Kindle).
We all know the normal laws of physics apply to everyone and everything in the universe, but every action has an equal and opposite reaction so it is logical to conclude that physics has an opposite reaction aswell.
My oldest son got an RC car for Christmas a few years ago, but now he's lost the remote and hasn't used it in ages. So I asked him if it was ok for daddy to mess with it and see if we couldn't build something cool out of it instead of it just sitting there gathering dust.
Eller noe i den duren ...
Congratulation with the new site.