I really wanted to love this little machine but the problems are many and the rewards are too few. Continue reading “MonoPrice Delta Mini 3-D Printer: Part 2 – The Review”
In my last post, I went over quite a few modifications I made to my armor. Most of the modifications were cosmetic or structural issues in nature. This week I have been busy with a few different projects and only had time for one major update to the armor. Continue reading “Master Chief Armor Mods: Part 2”
Now that all of the Christmas gifts have been returned and half of my the New Years resolutions have been broken, I can happily refocus my attention on my ever-growing list of unfinished projects. Currently, all of my attention is on modifying my Master Chief Costume. Continue reading “Master Cheif Armor Mods: Part 1”
Happy New Years!
For a blog that started in 2013, you would think that I would have met this milestone some time ago. In the past six years, I have made multiple attempts to get this blog site going, and each time ended with me feeling as if I were taking on a second job without pay. Continue reading “100 Followers”
INFO @ A GLANCE
NAME: MONOPRICE MINI DELTA 3D Printer
PRICE: $159.99 (U.S. DOLLAR)
BUILD SIZE: 110 X 110 X 120mm
In my December update post, I mentioned that I had recently become the owner of a Monoprice Mini Delta 3-D printer. I have since had time to use this budget 3-D printer and I’m happy to say that I am not overly disappointed, though it does have a fair amount of flaws. Continue reading “Monoprice Delta Mini 3-D Printer: Part 1 – The Story”
I started this blog in 2011 with absolutely no idea of my goals. This has resulted in me posting quite a bit of random stuff over the last seven or so years. Most of my post, especially some of the earlier garbage, has since been removed. In an effort to become a more effective “blogger”, I want to add a monthly update where I discuss all of my different projects. This is partly for those who tend to visit on a regular basis, and for me to better track my own progress with my projects.
At the moment, all of my projects are on hold due to the holidays. Once the new year begins, I am hoping that I can refocus my attention and time on the following list of projects. Continue reading “December Update: Project List”
A few months ago a friend of mine made a comment about his Amibo collection and not knowing what to do with all of his Amibos. He wanted to have them on display but was not a fan of the standard shelf you find in the big box store. I had recently finished a previous project and mentioned that I would be interested in trying to craft a custom shelf for his Amibo collection. We settled on the idea of a shelf based on the idea of the Triforce from the Legend of Zelda series and I got to work that night. Continue reading “Triforce Oak Shelf (Amibo Shelf)”