I'm Steven Quinn and in my free time you can find me doing 3d printing, working with micro-controllers, or just finding something DIY to do. Follow along below on my various projects.
I wanted to make sure my wife’s classroom had the coolest door for their Dr. Seuss door decorating contest. What’s that mean? A little paper, a little foam, and a lot of Arduino.
An overview of how I take a 3d logo and make a 3D printed sign for a friend. This goes over the technical process of making a logo 3d as well as 3d printing and finishing techniques.
It’s the holidays again. It’s getting cold (even here in Arizona), Christmas music is playing, and I’ve found it’s a pretty good excuse to use the 3d printer for some DIY christmas decorations.
It turns out that the awesome folks over at Shapr3D saw the work I did on my 3d printed mute holder and asked if I’d talk to them about it. They were looking at ways to highlight how different people were using Shapr3D in different ways and it seems like I was one of the few people that taking their designs and actually having them printed.
I love doing Arduino projects, and Disneyland. Why not combine the two. In this project I create a K’nex Ferris wheel that visualizes the wait times for attractions at Disneyland.