As many of you know, for the past year or so, I’ve been following a lot of different projects out there. Most of these are related to fabricating things. I’m not talking about making a chair or some crappy device that only a geek would want to look at. I’m talking about real products produced in a professional manner.
It is also important to know that I’m not talking about manufacturing things. That is an entirely different process and should not be taken lightly. My wife is an Industrial Engineer and the complexity of planning and developing methods that can achieve a scale where it is economical to produce a product is entirely out of scope for what I’m thinking. (Read: I’m not that smart ;-)).
In any case I’ve taken the plunge and started writing about the process. I’ll post updates periodically with some eye candy and details if you are interested in doing this yourself.
My next post will be on the details of setting up my space and building my work desk.
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