Project Status

The spreadsheet view below is a live update of the status of my projects. Links in the menu will take you to details for specific projects as they are written up.

Next tasks
Depends on
DaveNASDeployedUPS integrationbackup machine
Quad floor-standing monitorsTestingStabaliser designWorkshop refit
Prusa i3 printer rebuild + enclosureIn progressPrint cooler designtime
K40 laser cutter rebuildIn progressMotion control, HV safety, Cooling loopWorkshop refit
AR sandboxIn progressProjector setup, dummy system calWorkshop refit
GeekBoxPile-of-partsInternal frame design
Reflow OvenPile-of-partsGeekbox
4-digit bubble clockWishful thinkingParts sourcing
Linear Word ClockWishful thinkingArcylic Design
Word WatchPCB DesignPart placementtime
Storage+Computer rackDeployedLabelling
VP722 ConversionIn progressComplete internals redesign
Fume ExtractorPile-of-partsLocate filter media

Project Pages

Quad-monitor floor stand
Desks are wasteful things – they collect junk and waste precious space with their fixed shape and hard-to-move bulkiness. Why not just hang some monitors on a stand, and get a nice comfortable chair? I’ll worry about the keyboard rest another day. I do a lot of CAD work as an electronics designer, and was
Prusa i3 rebuild
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So what is it? This project was born out of some sort of necessity, deep in me somewhere. I tried to get Project Omega (a configurable card-based electronics platform) off the ground, but the current open source compatible FPGAs were proving just too minimal to be sufficiently useful and I shelved the project until the
DaveNAS / OpenMediaVault
I needed to replace my ageing NAS with something a little more modern and hackable. My old system was born out of need – I built something from parts I had lying around – an old laptop running NAS4FREE and a few external drives for data. I spent nothing but a little time. It was
Storage/Computer Rack
When working from a small space, its always a challenge to make best use of every inch of it. During lockdown in the middle of 2020, I decided to gut my whole workshop and store everything in my second shop. I took lots of measurements and started to sketch out ideas to best make use