Say hello to Luna

Say hello to Luna

Luna (either because she’s as white as the moon, or because she’s crazy even by cat standards) is my mom’s cat, but she loves sitting between my feet while I sit at my desk and type away, or she’s laying on my backpack and taking a bath, or she’s sitting in the box with all my 3D printed parts for my Mostly Printed CNC and […]

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“Shiny!!”

“Shiny!!”

Remember the workbench that I was talking about in my last post? Well, the featured image displays it in all of its shiny, epoxied glory. Not one, but TWO coats of epoxy, each coat taking a 1/2 gallon of part A and part B (for a total of a gallon) plus about 4 ounces of pigment per coat. The epoxy ran about $65 a gallon, […]

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It Ain’t ‘This Old House’

It Ain’t ‘This Old House’

A couple decades ago I had an unholy fascination with woodworking and spent a crap ton of money (that’s the unholy part) to buy myself some power tools – table saw, drill press, mobile bench planer, drills. The usual stuff. I got to use some of it from time to time, but for the most part it got to gather dust and rust after I […]

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Long Absences and Enduring Quiet

Long Absences and Enduring Quiet

I’ve often been accused of not writing back to people enough, at least in my personal life. Professionally, I’ve been asked quite a few times to summarize my emails and documentation. I, however, prefer to eliminate any possibility of confusion in either my explanation or documentation. That’s actually made me pretty popular in my new position. When I last posted things were going pretty nicely […]

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