Home alarm with an Arduino

My university degree didn’t involve electronics, or at least the hands-on aspect of using them at least. I did cover basic circuitry, but my study mostly focused on the physics of it all, namely something known as quantum mechanics. I won’t delve into that side of things, but the thing to remember with that canContinue reading “Home alarm with an Arduino”

Making kombucha leather fabric: Using the SCOBY sheets (3/3)

Now this part was probably my favourite aspect out of the entire project. I called upon the wonder skills of my Mother over at Textiles Matters who kindly tested the capability of the SCOBY fabric to hold a stitch. Well neither disappointed! I plan to test thee strength of the fabric using a tensile testingContinue reading “Making kombucha leather fabric: Using the SCOBY sheets (3/3)”

Making kombucha leather fabric: Drying the SCOBY sheets (2/3)

Okey, this part of the process I found quite exciting as you can see the material form as the SCOBY sheets dry out. It takes a while mind, but well worth the wait. For my SCOBY sheet, I waited for approximately 4.5 weeks because I wanted it to be on the thicker side. There’s aContinue reading “Making kombucha leather fabric: Drying the SCOBY sheets (2/3)”

Making kombucha leather fabric: Growing SCOBY sheets (1/3)

This is the first step to creating some leather-like material at home, using the same process to make Kombucha.I shall detail the drying process in the next posts. I’ve always been a little sceptical of kombucha if I’m being honest. I think it’s because it’s often associated with being trendy rather than solely for itsContinue reading “Making kombucha leather fabric: Growing SCOBY sheets (1/3)”

How do I communicate the future of 3D printing in medicine?

It’s safe to say that 3D printing is not a new concept to most with the first findings tracing back to Hideo Kodama in 1981, a Japanese inventor. If you have any questions on his method of 3D printing, just drop me a line. 3D printing has become one of the most widely recognised buzzContinue reading “How do I communicate the future of 3D printing in medicine?”