Jeffrey Nelson runs Maryland-based Macpod LLC, which does software, electronics design
and hardware prototyping. It being a small operation--I suspect maybe even a
one-man shop--Nelson's got a tilting-column HiTorque Mini Mill in his house. Which
means that during a recent snow-in, when Nelson found it "too wet and cold
to play outside" and found it "time to make something stupid,"
he's got the in-house tech to create something a bit more sophisticated than
your average craft project:
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Reusable, recyclable to-go food containers that replace single-use paper and Styrofoam boxes on college campuses and beyond.
Design brief: Custom-design, prototype, manufacture and deliver an updated, full store fixture package to 800 + stores across the US.
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Nice development video. If this was a tribute to the original SWITL idea, great - you should reference that. If not, then it's either a "great minds think alike" or a blatant ripoff... hopefully the former.
It's a fu little toy, but not really practical
Anybody who thinks this is silly or frivolous has never cared for a sick dog...
Here's another cool example of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDlHGhKHIdMnbsp;