Alas, not much progress on the finger lately, as my day job with Hulu, has left me with very little free time lately – especially amidst working-from-home. I’m thinking of hiring a part-time danger-intern programmer, if there’s anyone out there that knows python and basic […]
Make something new for the world, we dare you.
Most everything we design ends up on thingiverse eventually, you can peruse the full collection here: http://www.thingiverse.com/knick/designs
The new DangerFinger is picking up steam; all the firm parts are complete, and printed – I’ve been wearing and loving it for the last couple weeks!
TLDR; it’s working, there’s a preview of the web interface, and I’m promoting it to version 5 (Beta). Read on for a video and geeky details.
Well, I know this thing is taking forever – and my apologies for those waiting on fixes that I’ve deferred until this new release. I’ve now begun the 3rd re-write of the codebase for v4, and finally found a winner with SolidPython! This model is […]
Coding away on version 4.0, with many enhancements coming! New continuous elastic design, for easier build, simpler design, more reliability, and easier adjustment Seamless socket, more comfortable and elegant New plug and bumper detent system, easier to print and build Cleaning up the hundreds of […]
I just caught up on a lot of correspondence, and found that several people were looking for a socket support like this one made by a friend in Spain. It is ideal for cases where the amount of stub isn’t enough to fully anchor. […]
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.
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 […]
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
I had a lot of cylindrical things around the lab that were quite useful, except they couldn’t properly support themselves. 3D Printer to the rescue! Github source code Thingiverse Thing