From the Forge

Limits as a virtue

I haven’t posted anything on here in over a year, but boy have we been busy with some really, really fun stuff. It’s show and tell time…Today’s topic: Limits. I’ve long believed that limits are a good thing. True in music, engineering, software, relationships, you name it. For me, it brings out the creativity in …

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10 years.

On August 20th, 2020 we celebrated our 10 year anniversary in business. It would have been my Dad’s 77th birthday. It’s completely random that our business registration happened on that day, but it’s pretty special to me, obviously. I am going to resist the urge to prattle on about all the stuff I’ve learned along …

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Don’t Be Evil, Indeed

I suppose most of us believe they have the angels on our side, assuming we have some level of moral compass. Most people have some grinding, singular and very personal issue that outrages them and causes them to feel the need to take a stand. That said, there are some really awkward things that can …

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What a world

If you’re unsure what 3d printing and 3d design is all about, I just wanted to share a quick project I built yesterday. You see, dear reader, I have what is commonly referred to as a Charlie Brown-sized head. It doesn’t help matters when I grow my hair long, since I have a Robert Plant-esque …

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Web Automation – Part 1

This is part 1 of a series where I plan on explaining automation and how it may help your business in ways you may not have previously considered. There will be moderate-to-heavy technical stuff in upcoming posts, but this first one is written with the novice in mind. Hopefully it’s framed in a way that …

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