It's pretty amazing being able to go from an idea in your head to a finished product in just a day.
I've been spending some time learning 3D modeling and 3D printing and designed this modular stackable rack for these #BlackmagicDesign converter boxes.
I've really been enjoying using the 3D modeling software on my iPad to take advantage of the finger gestures for navigation and the Apple Pencil for the actual modeling. It's worked surprisingly better than I was expecting it to, probably because the last time I used any 3D modeling software was like 20 years ago.
Each shelf in the rack is its own piece, so you can stack as many as you want. The top shelf is a special print for the top cover to fit into. The base is slanted 9 degrees so that when this is set on top of my device in the rack mount the stack stands up straight.
Achievement unlocked ✅ I successfully changed the tube on my Brompton! 🚲
Maybe next time I will not run over a staple. That would be nice.
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For the past week or so I've been busy painting my studio gear white to better match the rest of the studio look! 😍 Turns out with some spray enamel you can make almost anything bright white! Next I have to decide whether to void my warranty on the two remaining pieces of gear here (one pictured, the other arriving in a couple weeks) and paint those white as well 🤔
I signed up for FedEx and UPS delivery notifications to my address or whatever they call them, and now it's just a guess as to what will show up when I get a notification that something from "IMCLS" is arriving next week