IKEA 3D Printer Enclosure Hack

Inspired by the 3d printer enclosure here: https://blog.prusaprinters.org/cheap-simple-3d-printer-enclosure_7785/, I tried to construct by own out of two extra LACK tables that I had sitting unused. I first secured the two tables on top of each other with four dowels drilled into the top of the bottom table and the legs of the top table. TheContinue reading “IKEA 3D Printer Enclosure Hack”

Large Terrain Build – Temple Camp

As I delve into more terrain making for table-top RPGs and wargaming, one of the things I like most about the hobby is the ability to take all sorts of normally unwanted materials and turn them into something awesome looking and functional. So as I build more terrain, I am trying to make more useContinue reading “Large Terrain Build – Temple Camp”

Work in Progress – Modern Rotary Telephone

I have long been fascinated by old electronics and computers, restoring them, and refurbishing them for a new purpose. So I have been kicking around several ideas of taking old, broken electronics that would not be able to be restored in any meaningful way and finding a new functionality for them. So when I foundContinue reading “Work in Progress – Modern Rotary Telephone”

Tabletop Terrain – Treetop Fort

One of the best resources for increasing my skill in creating tabletop terrain has been participating in the monthly terrain contests at http://www.encounterterrain.com. January’s contest theme was “shelter”. I had made a small tree a few week prior, so after playing with a couple different ideas I decided on a large scale tree with aContinue reading “Tabletop Terrain – Treetop Fort”

TBT – Adventure Themed Bookends

I’ve got a lot of projects I’ve cataloged over the years, so I figured Thursday’s would be a good schedule to compile them all and post them. The worst thing about going back and revisiting these old projects is the reminder of how bad I was/am at cataloging what I’ve been doing. A lot ofContinue reading “TBT – Adventure Themed Bookends”