Its boating season in the Greater Victoria area and boat owners are quickly discovering this years maintenance projects! One such project came across my desk in the form of a broken mortise latch. To investigate the problem with broken latches, […]
Low-Tech 3D Printable Assistive Devices A few weeks ago we visited the Vancouver Mini Maker Fair at the PNE. Among the many exhibits and displays was the Makers Making Change booth which featured a variety of “Low-Tech” assistive devices that […]
This week we decided to check out the possibility of making some jewelry as gifts using 3D printed models. We noticed an increasing trend of “semi tarnished” necklace pendants in some of Victoria’s “hip” jewelry vendors. With a spool of […]
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A few weeks ago we celebrated Victoria Day here in Canada and enjoyed a leisurely three-day weekend. With the extra time I opted to do some May-Long Making at home and play around with XTC-3D by Smooth On. For […]