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Hackbatch: Tales from a tiny workshop

I make things in a tiny workshop tucked away in my bedroom closet. A single workbench and some basic tools are used to build robots, make art and videos, and all sorts of fun lights!
I will have a robot in a prototype phase on display. This robot is a three wheeled droid-like bot made from salvaged parts and infused with some 3D printing magic.
Also at the exhibit is a fun row of LED tube lights with some demos and animation flows that will leave the eye satisfied!
Additionally I will have some of my drawings and plans on display to demonstrate that making things is a process from idea to planning and fabrication. Most times this is a chaotic but creative endeavor.
I want to show the folks who come to maker faire what I’ve been working on and share a bit about what I want to do next!

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Categories: 3D PrintingArduinoElectronicsInternet of ThingsRobotics

Exhibit Zone: Opportunity

Exhibit Space: OA7 (Subject to Change)

Exhibit Number: 22-85




Hackbatch is a one person operation where I am developing my own projects and products. I make videos about my projects and provide maker resources on my website. I am passionate about sharing my process and have followed many paths of problem-solving by looking at and expanding on the processes of others.