These are my online accounts used for publishing projects. You can find all my projects here, including the tensile testing machine.
Instructables (6 projects)
Hackaday.io (3 projects)
Thingiverse (1 project)
Full List of Projects
These projects were completed without a mentor.
A tensile testing machine (material testing equipment used to measure the amount of force per area it takes to pull a specimen apart) that reduces the cost of tensile testing from $13,000 (minimum) to $300. Used by MIT researcher Shua Cho (Proof email ).
A truly giant 3D printer the size of half my armspan. It was the biggest plastic extrusion hobbyist FDM 3D printer ever documented when it was designed.
Patented. As the CTO, I developed a wearable wristband that measures and translates biometric information through Bluetooth to detect heat stress in athletes.
A small catamaran boat capable of accurately extracting trash from small waterways using AI image detection. Think of a water Roomba.
A fast-responding custom gaming keypad I made for my friend (he loved it). It has programmable RGB lighting and keybinds and hot swappable switches.
A 3D printable mini twist lock puzzle that is fun and engaging, especially for little children.
A 3D printable portable dice tray for the DnD players of the world.
A humorous attempt at making a tool to limit contact during the pandemic.
Articles that Feature Me
These are articles/sites (written by others) that feature my work as the main content.
Papers/Reports/Pages that Cite Me
These are papers/reports whose content is not mainly about my work but directly cites them. Note that I may be cited by my online username “CrazyBlackStone”.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Arizona State University
Note that while I was the second author of the research, the equipment was made on my own.
List of my awards with their URLs.