I know pictures are broken (2016/12/24)- I'll fix it someday! I think. Probably. Unless I don't.

2017/02/10- Pictures are kind of fixed. Now Google Sites won't let me add new ones...

This site is here so I can share the projects that I work on in my free time. Take a look through the links on the left.

The site is a perpetual work in progress, and a lot of content is being added long after the work was initially done. So if build pictures are missing, details lacking, etc. that's probably why. I'm trying to fill things in, but it may stay incomplete indefinitely.

Recent Blog Posts

  • Keyboard retainer and a bunch of fitting As it turns out, when you hand-measure parts, the results are full of errors. At least my results are. Maybe other people are better at these things.Anyway, I ...
    Posted Mar 19, 2017, 7:45 PM by Daniel Taylor
  • Laptop base done! Ish. Just like the last one, except this one is (a) cut out, (b) has the appropriate holes machined, and (c) doesn't have a big hole torn in the middle ...
    Posted Mar 15, 2017, 8:17 PM by Daniel Taylor
  • Ignoring problems doesn't work I ran out of buckets, but that didn't stop the aluminum...That bag is surprisingly light- the packing density of aluminum chips is evidently pretty low....which was accumulating ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2017, 9:17 PM by Daniel Taylor
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Recent CNC build log updates

  • Up too late milling You know it's a good day when you end up with a bucket of chips.
    Posted Feb 8, 2017, 8:41 PM by Daniel Taylor
  • Doing the impossible... almost It turns out I made one last mistake on my design: You can't assemble it. I don't feel like explaining it, but basically you just can't get ...
    Posted Feb 7, 2017, 6:09 PM by Daniel Taylor
  • So close... one last(?) mistake I once again spent far too long in the shop today (if there is such a thing), trying to get my new Z axis all put together. I had to ...
    Posted Feb 6, 2017, 6:48 PM by Daniel Taylor
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Not sure where to go? Take a look at my CNC Mill!

A sampling of projects, in picture form:


Clockwise from top left: My CNC mill, a 2x2x2 RGB LED cube, my GPS tracker, the mess of wires that makes up my RGB LED matrix for HALE, and my Pokey Watch