Showing posts from July, 2018

3D printer

I bought a cheap Prusa I3 parts kit and build a 3D printer so that I can fabricate custom parts for the experimental setup during my thesis work. It's been a lot of fiddling around to get the printer to work properly but here it is printing the first custom part for the project!

By no means the newest, fastest, or fanciest 3D printer out there, but it was a lot of fun to make and it gets the job done.

Good news!

The Board of Studies at Aarhus Univiersity has just granted me an extension on my Masters Thesis deadline so that I can test the StackHR concept at the university during the Danish winter months. According to the head of faculty Kenny Sørensen this is the first time the board has granted such an extension prior to project start to a student at his engineering department!