Tag Archives: machining
Making a Power Wheels Racer at FamiLAB!
For this year’s Maker Faire Orlando, I decided to make a power wheels racer. It was an amazing adventure that anyone who can, should absolutely participate in! Keep scrolling to see a photo log of how it was made and photos from the event! If you have any questions about what was done or how it was done, feel free to ask in the comment section at the end of the post.
Metal Shop Organization: Making Toolholders for Toolholders
I spend a lot of time in the FamiLAB metal shop making things, maintaining machines, and sometimes just enjoying some order and organization. Our collection of tools and toolholders for the various mills, lathes, saws, and grinders is ever growing, but our storage situation had stagnated. This led to tools rolling around in the bottom of drawers, getting lost, forgotten, and damaged. I’m on a mission to fix that through any means necessary and make the metal shop an organized and efficient place to make things. In the past I […]