Here’s a few of my 3D prints over the last couple of months. Larger build size means larger projects! Very happy to finish off my life size low poly display mannequin! This will be a great way to show off flexible clothing projects. I’ve uploaded my working to thingiverse if you’d like to make one READ MORE
During my visit to San Francisco as part of the Startup Catalyst Youth Founders Mission, I was able to visit the San Francisco Techshop and Noisebridge. Techshop was a huge facility with equipment for woodworking, metalworking, welding, powdercoating, water-jet cutting, sewing, laser cutting and much more. Their business model is for-profit, which allows them to READ MORE
As part of the Startup Catalyst Youth Mission we visited the office of Atlassian, a highly successful Australian startup company. One of the most valuable speakers from that session was Aubrey Blanche, the Diversity and Inclusion Head at Atlassian. She sparked lots of great discussion about diversity, and how to do it right. Visit to @Atlassian READ MORE
I’m grateful to be selected for the Startup Catalyst Future Founders Mission, a ten day, fully sponsored trip to Silicon Valley with 19 other fantastic young Aussies between the age of 18-29. I’m absolutely blown away by this opportunity. A big thanks to my sponsor, Technology One, for making this happen. As part of READ MORE
I’m really excited to show off these little custom designed, 3D printed house keyrings. When you push the button on the base of the house, a little light turns on. When you look closely, you can see a tiny table and chairs and an ‘SH’ for ‘Share House’ up on the back wall. The circuit READ MORE
I’ve wanted to build a polargraph since I saw one on display at the Adelaide Makerfaire. It was a huge display, drawing a picture roughly around 1500 x 2000 mm. I was hooked! A polargraph is a type of drawing machine that you can give any type of drawing implement, whether that be a pen, READ MORE
Ever wanted to have a model of a room in that room? A couple of weeks ago Blair (HSBNE member) had the great idea of having a hipster lounge in the hipster lounge at HSBNE. It’s our visitor’s lounge, as pictured below. We have the technology, so I made it happen. I got to work and READ MORE
I’m delighted to be featured in the She Skills blog for my journey into learning non-traditional skills. Read here.
This month I’ve had a focus on planters and 3D scanning in the lead up to my involvement with Supanova and the Planting Festival. At Supanova, I did my first trials of 3D scanning at the venue with people in costume. The 3D model below is one of the most challenging things I’ve 3D printed, READ MORE
Last year I won the Peppermint Magazine‘s Peptalks Pitch competition, and part of the prize was a blog article on the Peppermint Magazine’s website. I really appreciate all of the detail the writer, Koren, went into! Read here.