Mechanical Engineer Manager of College of Engineering 3D Printing Lab. I Like to make stuff that is useful or interesting.
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Thank uou for following my projet :https://hackaday.io/project/179726-eleclab-f1c200s100s-linux-board
thanks for liking #GETULA . your projects are just amazing. specially the openlev!
Thanks for following and liking my project #DP Ventilator
Thanks for following! https://hackaday.io/project/168770-solar-charger-balancer-for-lead-acid-stacks
Hey John, thanks for liking and for following both #Megadrive PC and #TankServer !
Thanks for liking #8085 SBC
Awesome ! Thanks for liking my https://hackaday.io/project/173339-usb-type-c-pic32-breakout-and-development-board :-D
Very interesting projects. I've been thinking about a drone similar to yours for a long time but never really made one. Nice!
Thanks for liking/following the SBC-85 and #Magnetic Bubble Memory Makes a Comeback projects.
Hey John, Thank you for liking and following my project! Your open power project is insanely cool, and looks incredibly useful to a beginner such as myself.
Thanks for liking & following my projects!
Hey, John! I appreciate the follows!
Hey John, that was quick. Thanks for following my #LLTP - Light Logic Transistorless Processor
Thanks for liking and following my project #3D printer Interface
Thanks for following #SolderDuino
Thanks for following!
Thanks for the like & follow on the NIRS project: https://hackaday.io/project/170662-detecting-sars-cov-2-near-infrared-spectroscopy
Thanks for following and like to my project https://hackaday.io/project/172235-energy-and-water-mushroom
Hey thanks for the +Likes and Follows!
I wish I had a more mechanical mind... my father has a thing where he can look at a machine and take it apart in his head and figure out how it works. I can kinda sorta do that with electronics but mechanically I'm fit only for a dunce cap :(
PM me sometime, if you have some spare time, tho -- I've got a project that needs a mechanical mind to look it over. It's a bit crazy but it's interesting... or so I'd say ;)
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