Machine Fixes That Made Me Go 'DUH!' Engineering Pop Culture! 5/22/2014 21 comments Manufacturing engineer Jeremy Cook discusses a few machine failure problems that seemed complicated at the onset, but were quite simple to solve in the end, and the lessons he learned.
The Cigar Box Creepster Engineering Pop Culture! 5/21/2014 2 comments Jeremy Cook's Cigar Box Creepster opens up when triggered with a knock or other sound, then slams back down as if to express “his” annoyance.
The Case of the Unconventional Coder Engineering Pop Culture! 5/1/2014 14 comments Some engineers and programmers insist on marching to their own peculiar drums. Sometimes that can be a good thing, but for managers it can be a complete nightmare.
Surprise TOQ Teardown at EELive! The Engineering Life - Around the Web 4/10/2014 1 comment You never know what will happen at EELive! You may be asked to do an impromptu teardown. You may walk away with some new toy!
Kangaroo Bot Hops With Extreme Efficiency The Engineering Life - Around the Web 4/9/2014 1 comment In the world of robotic animals, Festo is certainly a shining star. Their latest creation, the Kangaroo, shows off interesting methods of recapturing pneumatic energy.
RotoMAAK: Rotocasting Done Right The Engineering Life - Around the Web 3/21/2014 Post a comment Reduce the time required to reproduce parts considerably by rotocasting instead of repeatedly 3D printing. The RotoMAAK is a low-cost solution for rotocasting on Kickstarter.
Brian's Portable Electronics Lab The Engineering Life - Around the Web 3/11/2014 4 comments There's a pretty good chance you've used your dining room table for a project at some point. If you've done that, you should check out this portable electronics lab.