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additive manufacturing \ 3d printing

July 6, 2015 at 8:03 am

I am looking to discover the properties of different 3d filaments after the shape has been printed.  So far Nylon seems adequate but maybe heavier than it needs to be..  I hope to work with a local company to get about ten pieces printed to test the prints using different […]

 

Mokume and Damascus

February 15, 2015 at 10:43 pm

I am working now on a project that will probably look nicer than anything I’ve done at the bench to date!  The beauty of organic and striations of separately alloyed gold pressed with heat and then milled and polished.  The colors will be back-set against a faceted stone and finally […]

 

metal secrets

March 3, 2014 at 10:54 pm

The secrets of metal are the same secrets as cooking… chemistry.  I’ve known the properties of metal almost to an intuitive degree for almost two decades.  The molecular bonds that you can almost see when the temperature hits the right color are the same as vinegar and oil after salt […]

 
Crate Bench

Crate Bench

December 12, 2013 at 2:51 pm

A long time ago materials were so scarce that efficiency mandated thrifty design and engineering. The double use of product packaging as a “free” secondary tool was a useful standard.  I had a wooden crate from the forties that originally held some basic hand tools.  Fifty years later I was […]

 

Stones in the rough

September 10, 2013 at 6:25 pm

The gem and fossil show at the coliseum is an amazing collection of geographic / geologic history. People (and rock hounds), from all walks of life schlepping around tons of minerals and workable material.  It’s free to get in and educational fun for younger generations.  The colors!…  and good deals […]

 

Scanning

September 1, 2013 at 1:38 am

I believe that the technology has finally moved beyond the scanner wand for 3d.  I can’t wait for a few positive reviews and a list of the limitations for the Makerbot Digitizer.  This machine could be the cotton gin of our time.  Industrial design has been tied down by the […]

 

skinning cats

August 27, 2013 at 5:10 pm

I can’t imagine there was ever a time when skinning cats was an object of debate… so lets consider it Schrodinger’s cat.  I just learned 3 new ways to accomplish the same task in a computer program.  I remember when it was even more frustrating to learn a program with […]

 
Back to the Future Marathon

Back to the Future Marathon

August 23, 2013 at 1:46 pm

TGIF!  What is your plan for this weekend? Well… We have to work on our fence… I have to dig holes since my partner is a terrible digger… I just did the Back to the Future Marathon (its been a while since I watched it, even I own them) On […]

 

Portfolio Cutlery Section

August 22, 2013 at 9:37 am

It is almost end of summer.  I can’t believe it! Anyway, we updated our cutlery section in portfolio. you can see bunch of my CAD works. So please check them out.   http://syncronomix.com/?page_id=22

 

more portfolio images

July 31, 2013 at 3:03 pm

Happy hump day everyone! We are having very productive week so far for syncronomix. Exciting and challenging projects are on our way and I can’t wait to share with you near future. We just added fun pics for our portfolio page so please go check them out. http://syncronomix.com/?portfolio=leather-wallet