Archive for July, 2018
Over the weekend I finished off the Stainless Steel Unicorn. My first test was not very successful as the wheels just span rather than moving the robot. So I used some Sugru to form tyres for the wheels and that
Before you can actually begin putting together this awesome new deck of yours, you need to learn the building codes for your local area. You can do this by going on Google and typing in your city and state, and
There’s been some good progress on the Stainless Steel Unicorn this week. The body has been finished and I’ve added some detailing to match the card version. The ears were punched with the nail punch from the Spring Tool set.
Workshopshed: The other week when we looked at job estimation, we spotted that time is often the deciding factor in how much a project costs. One way of reducing time is to upgrade your tools. Emily from Pro Tool Guide
This weekend I had the chance to watch the recording of the first two episodes of “History Makers” a new podcast from Design Spark. This light hearted show pits Dr Lucy Rogers against comedienne Bec Hill in a competition to
Smartibot At the end of last month I met with Ross Atkin from Crafty Robots and we chatted about AI, Robots, STEM Education and a wide range of other topics. He also showed me the Smartibot “The world’s first Artificial
Chompworks and I were discussing on Twitter about making 3D versions of their logos. The thought came around to how the Chompworks logo could be made from welded stainless steel sheet. I’d also been reading about Mentors for Makers and