Hi all! I had a 2.3Kg filament spool last week, unfortunately the spool was too big for my current spool holder (stock ender 3 spool holder on a wooden plank). Luckily I had some spare parts to make a new bigger and better spool holder. I started modelling everything in Fusion 360, this was my… Continue reading I made a spool holder for my 3D printer.
So, as the title states, we won the 2021 edition of the Cyber Security Challenge with our team Fun With Flags ! It was an exciting event this year, with an amazing team consisting of Martijn Luyckx, Ferib, PinkDraconian, and me. A big thank you for everyone on my team, and of course the organizers… Continue reading We won the Cyber Security Challenge Belgium 2021 edition
Building a CNC router is something I have wanted to do for a few years, but never really got to. With the DIY CNC kits being a bit too expensive for my taste and, I have to admit, I do not have really need it. However with the current situation in the world, and some… Continue reading Building a DIY CNC router with 3D printed parts
Last summer I wanted to finally get into 3D printing, since prices have dropped significantly since I last want to get into it a few years back. On the recommendation of a friend I bought the cheap Ender 3. Over the last couple of months I’ve been trying to improve the print quality, speed, and… Continue reading 3D Printing with the Ender 3 – A journey
So this was a fun experiment. The idea was something along the lines of “Can we use a pointer to some data as a function?”. Turns out, yes that is perfectly possible! Although this is probably a very bad idea to actually use in any actual code. The only reason I wanted to try this,… Continue reading Adventures in C – Executing instructions in data
So I’ve finally had some time to make this website after many months of a simple placeholder. These blogposts will be pretty irregular and inconsistent in quality and content, because I also work on the Qzertyuiop website and blog with a group of friends.