Well, I was waylaid back on December 21, when I had a cascading failure of the solid-state “fusion drive” and the logic board on my home iMac. This has prevented me from doing any substantive work on any of my workbee/Enterprise 3D modeling (and printing) this past 10 days.
Monthly Archives: December 2016
Engineering a Spine
I have spent the past few evenings, when not battling driving during a snow-storm that shut down the Portland metro area, working on 3D modeling some of the parts of the workbee spine.
D’deridex Class Romulan Warbird Filming Model
On a trip to Seattle on October 1, 2016, I visited the Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds, 50th Anniversary exhibition at the Sci-fi Museum which is part of the Experience Music Project Museum (EMP). While there I took a series of photos of the D’deridex Class Romulan Warbird.
Cargo Pod Insanity
I got a little side-tracked over the weekend in that I began working on some preliminary cargo pod illustrations. These will eventually be part of the cargo-train attachment on a few of the workbees.
Things are Taking Shape(ways)
This past weekend, when coming back from Sisters Oregon, location of turkey consumption at the home of my better-half’s dad and his wife, I was excited to see the initial test 3D printed pieces of the workbee upper shell in the mailbox.