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Aviator, creator-perfectionist in engineering and art, that's my lifestyle. ;) skaviusportfolio.com

DIY step by step: how to make wooden falcon

Once upon a time, my uncle gave me a lot of unused tape from wooden boards. I was able to cut them with knife or scissors and carve them easily, also to smeared with sandpaper. I was looking for the opportunity where I could use my passion for solving puzzles, sticking things together. When I was finally able to make very delicate fish scales, roof tiles or bird feathers for the first time. Continue reading DIY step by step: how to make wooden falcon

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Shots and explosions with a thermal reaction

When I was a member of KTU SMD, we were showing various physical experiments to the people using liquid nitrogen and dry ice, better known as carbon dioxide in a solid state. Of course, after each event, there were a lot of unused materials left, so here you can see how we applied them.
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makeSEA 3D printed electric motors

Three years ago, when I just started to work in the company “Alovita” I saw 3D printer for the first time. I also saw the possibilities of producing 3D printed parts, their designs, and all the other features.
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“Makerspace” acoustic levitation

Members of “Makerspace” tried to make an experiment with standing sound waves, which theoretically could generate different layers of air pressure. Continue reading “Makerspace” acoustic levitation

How would case for thermometer look like? (part.1)

This is a specific request from my colleagues. I needed to draw small case that they could print it with 3D printer and put an electronic thermometer inside of it. Continue reading How would case for thermometer look like? (part.1)

Castle model (part.2)

Here I finally glued the island and I have previously made the castle layout exactly where the border coincides with the structures beneath the water. I also made the gate and glued moveable bridge parts. Continue reading Castle model (part.2)