Thursday, April 14, 2016

Our new frame design, isn't it pretty

In a desire to create a more appealing reach toward a lasting beauty this was created from maple.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

A New Year brings a lot of life.

Here we are with a new classroom and many new and continuing projects. The piano bus is still moving forward, we have the bus and plans. We are getting a fully upgraded computer lab and workspace. We are going to be laser cutting, welding, carbon fiber forming, CNC milling, 3d printing, 3d scanning, and more. What a year we have in store.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The quest of an equitable computer lab.

We are currently looking to outfit 10 workstations for school use. We want the primary purpose of these units to be for technology education. We discovered how important it is to have dedicated machines in the classroom. If anyone has a resource or suggestions for our quest please let us know.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Print Food: News and Advance Coverage

What a busy day. We would like to extend a big thanks to Katrina Dix and Jill Nance for the write up and the photo in the News & Advance.
Read the Article here.

We joked about the future of printing food, but it is already possible. What we do not know yet, is how to create a machine capable of atomic assembly.



Monday, May 4, 2015

WSET ABC 13 NEWS

News channel 13 stopped by today and asked some good questions. We will be on TV tonight. Here are some pictures of the boys talking to the crew. 



Monday, April 20, 2015

St. Andrews Piano

Here are some of the piano drawings. You can see a picture and read about this piano's original design in online articles like this one from South Carolina.









Sunday, April 19, 2015

Piano Bus Concept


First Concept

The stringed piano will be in the rear of the body.
The roof will extend with 2 hydraulic arms.
The roof will have a rubber gasket and pull clips for securing when not extended.
The side panel will hinge and lay against the side while conveying. 

The back door is a full panel with a traditional bus pull leaver.

More pictures to come.

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