Author: Craig Force


1
Feb

why is it I forsee a conjugal tryst between Google Cardboard and Amazon Alexa getting all steamy in my basement? How do you decide which trends and technologies to track? Are you following multiple linkedin groups, saving stuff to Pocket and Instapaper, bookmarking articles [bookmarks, people. Seriously, who are we fooling with bookmarks?], opening …

28
Dec

MicroSoft releases TinkerPoint – fusing tinkercad with PowerPoint to create an easy to use platform for 3d corporate content creation utilizing ubiquitous 2d displays. Google releases AnaLyntics – A tight AI bot which mines amorphous intra-enterprise data sets for nuanced and seemingly disassociated trend analysis. Apple announces a new technology …

21
Nov

I have begun another new, challenging and exciting journey into RF and Optical test development technology. A very hearty thank you to all who sent your kind support directly, through the ethers, and silently during my transition. Now that Summer is over I felt oddly compelled to write a brief, …

12
Nov

This “smeshed” remix is for use with my re-usable K-cup coffee pod. It’s a scoop, It’s a funnel, It’s a coffee grounds mucker (use the back-end of the handle to muck out used grounds) Thus, I named it the Amazing ScuFuMu Enjoy. P.S. The scoop volume is 2 Tablespoons. I …

12
Nov

Prototype 1: Raspberry Pi – 7″ touch screen controlled LCD. Full custom enclosure design, printed on 3D printer. The design was made using Tinkercad and printed on a Robox 3D printer.

6
Oct

A very simple set of keyed ribs and spine segments which can be used with clear poly to create a MicroGreenhouse dome over a section of plastic gutter. The spine segments are numbered. Attach the ribs, then orient the segments numerically. This will ensure optimum spacing between ribs. I’ve noticed …

23
Sep

Taking a project from problem statement through design and final solution: a Micro Greenhouse for our tomato seedlings using common materials – and the magic of Tinkercad and a Robox 3d printer.