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Author: knick

Code migration to javascript and OpenJSCAD

Slow going, but we’re making progress!  Fixing a lot of little bugs along the way, and ensuring that parametric scaling is reliable and consistent between supported ranges of parameters – making it easier to adjust for all y’all’s different digit dimensions.

2018 update

2018 update

Happy new year!  Working to catch up on correspondence, now that the new day job has settled in.  I’ll also be releasing a pretty major new code drop soon. Version 3 of Knick’s Danger Finger had been written OpenSCad, which gave a lot of power, […]

The Discarded

The Discarded

The Discarded, a collection by Kelly Wheeler – showing soon at the Misfit Gallery in La Jolla, CA!

Updates!

Updates!

Life has been busy!  Knick left his job this spring, and we took a much needed family vacation road-trip in the DangerVan. We’re back, knick is getting started at the new job, and Kelly has a lot of new stuff in the works.   So […]

The Vishuddha Art Show

The Vishuddha Art Show

Kelly recently featured a piece in the anniversary show of our favorite Tattoo shop and gallery, The Vishuddha, South Park, San Diego, CA. http://thevishuddha.com/

Fidget Spinners

Fidget Spinners

Of course Kaya wanted me to print a fidget spinner, and she even helped out designing it! Then every kid in the neighborhood wanted one too, so I made it possible to use hex nuts for a cheaper alternative to skateboard bearings. Github source code […]

The DangerVan!

The DangerVan!

The DangerVan is ready for the road;

The Printer

The Printer

Amazing what you can get as a reasonable price – 3d Printing is very accessible.  We use a Qidi FlashForge Replicator II clone, which is about $799 and on the high-end side. You can get by with much cheaper as well, it will just have […]

maxwoodco art show

maxwoodco art show

Kelly’s first art show! Kelly with her corner   Our friend Aaron’s work, the main event~   http://www.aaroncathcart.com/

Gauge Earring comfort spacer

Gauge Earring comfort spacer

Kelly designed this to help relieve the pinching and strain of two heavy earrings together. It works extremely well, and she wears it daily! It works on the front or back, and is easily configurable. Github source codeThingiverse Thing