In the next few our team will be competing in the Formula SAE Australasia competition held at Calder Park Raceway here in Melbourne. Over the course of the past year our team at RMIT has been designing and building an electric car from scratch. I’ve only been a part of the team during the second half of the year so have helped more with the building than designing. Continue reading Formula SAE Electric Racing Australasia 2015Leave a Comment
My latest project is launching a hackathon event for engineering students, makers, DIYers, hackers and tinkerers. It’s basically a weekend competition for teams to make some sort of cool project, we’re expecting robots, drones, VR, internet of things, startup concepts, raspberry pi, arduino, 3d printing and plenty more. Many of the details are to be finalised in the coming months but jump on the mailing list or follow us on twitter to keep up to date with it. Continue reading Makerthon MelbourneLeave a Comment
So I got my printer calibrated enough to do a first print. I’m a bit ashamed at how long it’s taken but I can blame exams for the most part.
The main source I used in order to get set up was Triffid Hunter’s Calibration Guide, the other source that was quite useful was Tom’s video about calibration of the extruder. Continue reading 3d Printer Prusa i3 build log #2Leave a Comment