About the author

Who am I? I am an IT consultant by day and a small electronics hobbyist by night (or whenever I find time).  I have extensive knowledge in programming and systems administration.  I am fluent in most programming languages (I don’t care to list them out since there are so many).  Most of my knowledge is in windows (I consider myself a SME) although I can make my way around Linux and Solaris.

I have become well versed in 3D printing and design.  I prefer to use http://www.123dapp.com/design for simple designs but I am also starting to pick up Autodesk Inventor also.

Word of caution: I am by no means an electronics expert.  All information that you may gain from me or this site should be taken with no warrantees, if you break something because of something that you read here it no one’s fault but your own.

Some current interests:

7 thoughts on “About the author

  1. Hello,

    My name is Tim Prudente and I’m a reporter with The Capital newspaper in Annapolis. I’m been trying to find some local people experimenting with 3-D printing for a story, and your post came up on my Google search. Can we chat? Please email me at tprudente@capgaznews.com or call 410-280-5939.



    • Sure I am excited about 3-d printing and would love to share my experiences. I must warn you I am not an expert and have be only experimenting for about 4 month.

  2. Great to see you’re a printing service! I ran across this page coming from “makexyz”.

    Keep it up!


  3. I just got done doing a 50 card run of gameport to USB adapters for the old Microsoft Sidewinder joysticks and a few people were asking about boxes to put them in. It’s a little late for that now, but I am having people fill out an “interest” form to see if I can do another 50 boards this fall or winter. I’d be redesigning the board a bit and things aren’t finalized yet. I was wondering if you would be interested in offering a box for the new adapters if people want them. The box would need to be about 2 1/4″ square by no more than 1″ tall. A hole in one end for a DB-15 gameport connector and a hole in the opposite end for a mini USB cable. I could of course send you a finished board so you could design the box if the project moves forward.

    Would you be interested in offering these and could you get the price between $10-15 plus shipping? I don’t think it would be any more complicated than the Nishida Analog RGB to Component Adapter you offer, and it should be smaller.

    If you are interested, please email me back so we can discuss it further.

  4. Hello,

    I can’t find any contact info in the site so forgive me for using the comment section. I’m Algen, I work with engineering website EEWeb.com and would love to do an exchange of website links (with your website: http://www.3dprintmd.com/) and feature you as a site of the day on EEWeb (you can see an example here http://www.eeweb.com/websites/multirotor-usa). Is this of interest to you?

    Hope to hear from you soon.


    Algen Dela Cruz

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