Where Ideas Come to Life
I had some fun with the Muse today. I discovered a
living hinge generator website and made up a quick box. I then worked on some more image engraving on the Muse.
I completed another CEIA Magnetometers Storage Pallet.
The Stacker 3D Printer is printing a K40 Laser Cutter Mirror Alignment Tool.
And another addition to the MakerCave Gallery…
On Tuesday, I received my replacement PSU for the Muse Laser Engraver and Cutter. The unit is once again operational.
I broke a strut for my Deltaprintr, so I cut myself a new one and some spares.
Latest addition to the MakerCave Gallery…
Today is one of those rare days when I have the opportunity to run all three of my fabricators at once: the Shapeoko, the Stacker and the Muse.
The Shapeoko cut another set of yokes for the CEIA Magnetometer Storage Dolly.
The Stacker is printing out a
filament dispenser for my Deltaprintr. The Muse is engraving a architectural drawing of some of the Portland Willamette River crossing bridges.
While waiting for the big three to finish, I sewed up a few more feed bags for Classy.
The feed bag design was inspired by sandwich bags. For durability, I used poly tarps with this simple layout.
I wired up this 12-volt LED flood light for one of my solar recharging stations.
Another addition to the MakerCave Gallery…
At home, I have a Deltaprintr 3D Printer I backed on Kickstarter. I found on Thingiverse (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1947239) a bracket to move the extruder assembly to the middle of the printer and reduce the length of the Bowden tube. Using the FSL Muse Laser Engraver, I cut out the brackets.
The latest addition to the MakerCave Gallery…
I finally completed the fourth CEIA Magnetometers Storage Dolly with the installation of the Battery Storage Box.
I moved the fourth CEIA Magnetometers Storage Dolly out of MakerCave to the Amphitheater.
I managed to cut two more pairs of yokes for the CEIA Magnetometers.
Also stockpiled parts for future CEIA Magnetometers Storage Dollies…
The latest addition to the MakerCave Art Gallery…