Yep every part is 3D printed except the motor, shock and tires! More to come!
Dillion 550c press, range brass and curiosity! More to come!
A windsheild wiper motor from ebay for $12, some wood, 16 gauge steel from Lowes, Lowes bucket, 10amp 12 volt power supply for $13 and two 3D printed parts! Not sure if i saved money, but i had fun building it! More details to come.
I have ended up writing my own Excel sheet to keep track of an archery league that I compete in. I could not find anything on the internet that was already created. The league i compete in does not use classes like Bowhunter, Freestyle etc… It uses an 80% handicap like you would for Bowling […]
When COVD hits make an iRacing rig! OK ok… I enjoyed this project more than my son. 🙂 I was not about to buy a race seat and cockpit when I had a bunch of 3/4″ MDF in the wood shop and there is a junk yard a few towns away. I found some great […]
I have had this speaker project in my head for many years. It started around 2006 when I was working with Soundeasy to design my parents some speakers. Well it is 2020 and i am going to pick up where I left off. This project was born from just the drivers I had on my […]
This is a summary of my attempt to get microK8S running on 4 Raspberry Pi 4s. I ran into problems with just the fourth node. It would continue to crash after starting, but i did get three Raspberry Pi Model 4’s to cluster. Now i am wondering about each PI’s time/date. I need to look […]
I was doom scrolling throught FaceBook one night in the DIY Loudspeaker Project Pad group. Yes; i want to ditch Facebook for so many reasons. One day i will. Anyway, i came accross a post by Paul Ellis in the group. He was showing his latest progress of making a 3D printed driver. I was […]