Instead of studying for a math test, I spent a week coming up with the nerdiest promposal I could.
The place for most of the things that I do for fun in my free time.
Repurposing a toaster oven that’s older than I am to help out with reflow soldering.
With a bit of free time and a bunch of parts I had lying around, I constructed the 4th iteration of my lightsaber.
Seeing how much a 3D printer revolutionized my engineering, I decided to design and build my own CNC router.
What initially seemed simple turned out to be an incredibly fun and rewarding experience. An interesting challenge with a clever solution to match.
Tasked with the manipulation of stacks of pennies, I went through 4 revisions of robot arms before I had one good enough for the National competition.
My attempt at an Electric Vehicle for the SciOly 2017 season which, due to a few key mistakes, did fail.
The perfect addition to any Star War fan’s lightsaber collection. Also one of my favorite projects and it has stayed working for far longer than I expected.
With more experience around my belt, I decided to try my hand at making another coil gun, but this time smaller and without the long charge times.
For the SciOly 2016 season, I built an Electric Vehicle and optimized multiple factors to maximize speed while maintaining accuracy.
During my first year in the Troy SciOly team, I had a really fun experience building and competing with my robot arm. It was the perfect event for me.
Excited with the completion of v1, I challenged myself to build another lightsaber, but this time using the crossguard style. Also, it had to be red.