Here you can see some of the projects I did during my free time. Anything from one day projects to ones that took months to finish.
An amulet that was made by casting some pieces of scrap brass into a coin shaped mold. After that it was flattened on an anvil and engraved.
A bracelet made by forging a round steel bar into shape using my homemade forge,
a hammer, an anvil and a pair of tongs.
A forge that uses gas canisters to heat up steel
and bring them up to forging temperature. Made using refractory bricks and welded steel.
A RC car that was created using a 3D printer and a laser cutter. Also contains various electronic components such as a motor, a speed controller and a servo.
An animated version of the logo of one of my university teams, CoastX, made with Adobe After Effects.
A table top made out of real wood that fits the frame of the Ikea BEKANT table. Polished, drilled and painted by hand.
A quickly 3D printable card wallet that can be customized for any number of cards.
A replacement for a broken fridge door handle with easy to replace 3D printed parts in case of future failure.
A quick fix for a broken toilet flushing button.
A radio controlled ice sled that is moved by a propeller and that steers using a plane that redirects the air.
A display replica of a rifle from the video game RUST. 3D printed then polished, assembled and painted.
A small vegetable knife, forged out of a piece of truck suspension and some scrap wood. Held together with gorilla glue, brass pins and love.
A 3D printable marker case that can hold 5 Copic Sketch markers in a simple and compact way.
A simple coat hanger that can be 3D printed in 10 minutes and that fits a common door.
A better soap holder that you can 3D print for way cheaper than any store variant I could find.
A desk made out of wood. Having a support beam in the back to avoid bending. Cut, polished and painted by hand.
An axe that was made out of an old and rusty axe head and a piece of drift wood.
An propane burner made out materials available at most hardware stores. Was used later for a steel forge.
A display curved knife that I made for a friend out of a piece of old iron and a piece of dead wood I found in the forest.