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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 on display two different versions of my two-wheeled robot in various stages of completion. I recently improved the design and will have a functioning hub-less wheel to demonstrate.
The exhibit will also feature a 3D printer acting as a pen plotter. Visitors can pick up a post card drawn by a robot!
My various tube light fixtures will also be there, shining away and making pretty colors!

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Categories: 3D PrintingArtEngineeringInternet of ThingsRobotics

Exhibit Zone: Opportunity

Exhibit Space: OC13 (Subject to Change)

Exhibit Number: 23-51




Hackbatch is a blog and YouTube channel documenting the process of a maker in progress. I make and design robots, work with electronics, and use engineering to make art. I write and make videos about my experiences as a maker and the challenges I find in each project.