This project builds on my previous axial flux motor. To improve the torque output of the motor I designed a cycloidal gearbox that integrates into the current motor design allowing for more torque.
I designed a high voltage distribution assembly for the solar car that centralizes all of our high voltage connections, contactors, and fuses into a centralized location.
I've always wanted to make a nixie tube clock but wanted to make one that I could trust was accurate. This was done through syncing the time with NTP servers the same way phones and computers do.
Building off my first motor project, I designed and tested an axial flux motor by mathematically calculating all of the motor parameters needed to meet the design requirements that I set.
For our 2022 solar car race, I designed a simple webpage that tied into our cars live telemetry in order to display the current speeds and location on a map. This allowed us to share our race progress with family and friends.
This was my first attempt at making a motor from scratch. This design is a simple brushless motor made with components I had on hand at the time and taught me quite a lot about motor design and magnetics.
This was one of my first projects on solar car where I designed a new steering wheel that had its own integrated PCB to minimize the wiring harness connecting it to the rest of the car.
This is an in depth guide on how I made this very website through locally developing the website and pushing changes to Github pages. This allows me to host this site while paying $0 in hosting.
This is a Raspberry Pi cluster that I created where all of the Raspberry Pi's and networking gear can click into a single 3D printed component without the use of any fasteners.