Electrical Engineering Student
Wants to live in and contribute to an open world of hardware and software.
This user joined on 07/06/2014.
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Thanks for the skull on #Digital Bench Power Supply . Did you see this: #City Air Quality /?
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Thanks for following my Hydrogen Fuel Cell project Hackyman!
Thanks for following our Pick and place project!
Thank you for following my mouse project! :)
Thanks for following the bulldozer - build is coming up - http://opensourceecology.org/bulldozer-workshop/
No problem! By what I have seen of your work just now you are taking a path that I aim to follow one day soon myself! As I work on my electrical engineering degree i'm trying to develop my own tools that enable me to build more tool, in the hope one day the I can build up to and share a new generation of open life style. I have designed and built a 3D printer with basic tooling that is intended to be capable of EMD, light milling, solder paste dispensing etc. I hope to add that functionality in the recent future, then be enabled to build so much more. Right now i'm also working on a dynamic noting application to aid my thought process for more development productivity. My progresses is slow, but i don't have anywhere as much time as I would like. I keep rough documentation, but I want more forward momentum before I commit to properly sharing designs. I'm very interested in contributing and replicating what you have achieved in the future, keep up the good work!
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