Grid computing on the Raspberry Pi
A cheap solution for filament spools
Cheaper filament for my printer
Over my long service leave in March 2016 I purchased a filastruder and winder to make my own filament of any colour I like 😀
How I’ve started to organise all my parts
Over the last few years my collection of parts has been rapidly growing, rather uncontrollably (I admit I have maker addiction) much to my girlfriends dismay (she calls me ‘professor’), if you ever see what my front room looks like you’ll understand.
Most All of the time it looks like a bomb has hit it, I have parts everywhere! Some opened, some not, some in tubs, all in every form of dis-organisation possible, it would give someone with OCD, well OCD, so I really need to do something about it.
Hmmm as usual the blog hasn’t seem much activity.
Unfortunately its the opposite of what’s actually happening and is more a symptom of me having fun with projects.
Ive been doing a ton of fun projects, Ive just been super lazy when it comes to blogging about these<sigh>….with work taking a large chunk of my time, project time has been too short and I usually flip from one project to another :D…I’m sure you know how it gets.
I’m also finding is that I usually do lengthy posts on formus or post directly to sites like Thingiverse and so doesnt end here where it should be….up on the blog 🙁
So I’m make a note to self to change this!
Please keep an eye out for some past projects in the coming days/week that I’ll repost up on my blog.
Also the Blog is on bad need a a bit of house keeping, so I think I’ll be looking at this including my taxonomy.
In the meantime feel free to browse my thingiverse designs: http://www.thingiverse.com/seaton/designs