Let’s build things
I’ve been developing things for a lot of time. But in the past 5 years I did lots of projects that involved building electronics, write firmware, 3D printing enclosures and integrate it all in applications. IoT became a part of my daily work and I get to do challenging and fun projects involving both software and hardware. So let’s build things!
What I Do
I am a software developer for web, Windows and Linux applications. Usually most of the IoT projects I build involve some server-side scripting and SQL databases in order to store and analyze the data.
I like to build custom electronics. Mostly I use Arduino based shields and boards with custom firmware that I write. But I do my share of custom PCB and schematics.
trains and dioramas
printing and design
I would love to have workshop but instead my workbench is a combination of tools and equipment were I can build my projects. Here is my list of things I use:
- Soldering station
- CNC 6040
- Hypercube 3D printer
- Lots of hand tools
My Favourite Posts
- LDM12 – 3D design and electronicsThe video shows the gears used by this model locomotive. The scale H0 (1/87) so the model size is aprox. 12cm. The design and simulation was made in Solid Works. The electronic parts were designed in KiCad and then exportedContinue reading “LDM12 – 3D design and electronics”
- ATMega328 based graphical displayThis is a custom graphical display based on ATMega328PB chip. It shows some logo animations while the system is booting and after is used as a display for weight information from an industrial scale. This is a prototype board withContinue reading “ATMega328 based graphical display”