Engineerable designs, manufactures, and sells unique products for the laboratory, and the outdoor recreation market.
Experience with the Tormach Milling Machine
Lantern/Lamp with a coffin shaped honeycomb pattern
KRIG Shoulder Rig for DSLR, Film and Video Cameras are open source and affordable. DIY, kits, or fully assembled shoulder rig.
Turns an iPhone into a Camera for Microscopes, Telescopes, Binoculars, and other optical devices that have an eyepiece.
TakeAparts.com showcases tear downs of anything.
Building an open source laser cutter starting with the BuildLog.net laser cutter/engraver plans. Even though this is a kit of sorts, I had to do a lot of engineering, design, and fabrication along the way. Many improvements were made to the original design.
The SampleSwiper allows two surfaces to be contacted at a user selectable force for a specified amount of time. It also has the option to slide the two surfaces together over a specified distance. It is primarly designed for biological media transfer studies, but can easily be adapted for other uses.
I worked at Function Engineering from 2006 to 2011. If you're looking for the best mechanical engineering consulting company for a wide range of products, this is it.
2010 - Kinetic kid powered sculpture for Beltline Park, Atlanta. Artist Rob Witherspoon
2010 - Podiums for Vice Magazine commissioned by Fever Creative
2009 - Kinetic wind powered sculpture for Cleopas Johnson Park, Atlanta. Engineered for Zachary Coffin.
2009 - Intelligent, robotic street furniture by JooYoun Paek and David Jimison
2008 - Solar and kid powered sculpture at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Engineered for Zachary Coffin.
2007 - Pedal Powered Tennis Ball Launcher created as an entry for the Innovate-or-Die Contest.
2007 - Designed a chain drive system to move roof shade panels on the Georgia Tech Solar House.
2007 - Proposal for Cantolith sculpture, the worlds heaviest turntables.
2007 - Motorized and interactive spinning boulder by artist Zachary Coffin presented at the Southeast Flower Show in Atlanta.
2006 - Creating a living robotic tree that reacts to its environment.
2006 - Monumental pyramid created from over 300 recycled dead trees.
2005 - Engineering and CAD design for a 12,000lb spinning granite boulder.
2005 - An interactive, monumental sculpture by artist Zachary Coffin.
2004 - A small self balancing robot built at Georgia Tech for our senior robotics class.
2002-2004 - Medical product design and Manufacturing Process Engineer Intern
2004 - A wheel that permits powered motion in any direction. Senior design project at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Autonomous, BattleBots, Arms, Electronic Circuits.
Art is in the eye of the beholder.
Assortment of high speed videos taken with the Casio EX-F1
All about the tools that I use for engineering and building.