Things I've Made

Drawers

I wanted a small toolchest to organize hand tools and soldering supplies in my office. Because I don’t like having to design anything more than once, I wrote a parametric chest-of-drawers generator in OpenSCAD. It’s adaptable to any material, any size, and any number of drawers. Go crazy!

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Endtable

I designed this endtable to fit between two chairs in our living room. We hadn’t been able to find a table in the right size for this odd spot, so I made this parametric — it can scale to any (reasonable) size and height. You can make it out of a single 2-by-4-foot sheet of plywood (or acrylic, or cardboard) with a laser cutter and little else.

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Extruder Controller Mount

The MakerBot Industries Plastruder MK5 doesn’t include any way of mounting its own electronics, and their Cupcake CNC has no alternative mount. This is my way of fixing this.

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Case for NuForce Icon uDAC 2

This is a replacement case and faceplate for the NuForce Icon uDAC 2, commissioned by a friend. He discovered that buying the DAC without a case saves $60 — basically half the retail price.

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Stamp Handle

My lovely wife and I were putting on a night of glamorous dance in San Francisco, and (as the designated bouncer) I needed a way of keeping track of who had paid cover…like, say a hand stamp!

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Platform Clip

When using a MakerBot with the old-school acrylic build platform, it’s important to keep the platform firmly mounted in place. These clips will do the job.

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Chess Set I

A traditional, Staunton-style chess set. This was one of my first published models, when I was still learning — can you believe all vertices were placed by hand? — but it has proven to be a very popular print!

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Omniwheel (36mm)

Several of my robots use omniwheels. They’re wonderfully versatile, but they’re a niche item — meaning, they’re very expensive. Why not print your own?

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