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OddEngineer.com + Free Giveaway with Consultation and Bose Noise Canceling Headphones! While some got prison swole or Hot Cheetos swole in 2020, I got nerd entrepreneurship swole. I built a new thing for us freelance physical product engineers: OddEngineer.com. There, you can immediately book and pay for appointments with niche, hard-to-find engineering pros. Got questions…

Wire stripping refers to the process of removing an insulation layer from electric wires without interfering with the wires beneath.  For the electronic technicians and mechanics, this process is a significant detail of their professions. However, it can also cause a series of injuries or inconvenience without the proper tool: automatic wire stripper. So, if…

For centuries, smiths, engineers, and metal workers have refined the process of melting metal so that it can be used for various purposes. This often involves bonding metals or other materials together at varying levels. With the advent of modern technology, this process has been miniaturized to incredible degrees. Now, through the use of soldering…

The tour of this makerspace just outside Denver and Boulder, Colorado took place in September 2019, long before COVID-19 flipped spaces like these on their heads. However, as of today, TinkerMill is open for business, albeit with several precautions in place. Take a peek inside this massive, and well-equipped space in the video below with…

This tour of MADE Makerspace in Barcelona, Spain was my last stop of jet setting through Europe to learn about HW startup culture there. Watch the video below to take the tour with me, or read on for details! I’d like to give a big thank-you to Oriol Fernandez of “MAking props” for taking the…

Electronics 3D Printing, which combines your standard Additive Manufacturing and elements of PCB prototyping, came one step closer to your cluttered desktop. Voxel8 just released to CES 2015 an amazing video demonstrating their first commercial product, showing off how it can 3D Print plastic and conductive ink traces, allowing anyone to create a completely integrated product.…