Here you will find the links to coverage of my various activities.
3D Printing is the thing! I've dived into the world of 3D Printing. My original goal was to use 3D Printing as a tool for my model train hobby. It has sort of moved passed that. While the focus is model trains, a number of subjects get covered. I have both FDM and SLA printers. For a look at some projects, quick & dirty prints and live streams, check out the Zidim Channel on YouTube. Click HERE. I try to stream live every Wednesday at 4:00 PM Pacific.
Also, I am a regular member of the Friday 3D Printing Channel Hangout. The stream alternates between North America and Europe. (As our N.A. shows are around 3:00 in the morning for the Europeans.) The shows stream on the F3DPCH Channel on YouTube. Click HEREfor the channel. Click HERE to see the Facebook page for the schedules.
Are you interested in Music? On Songology you'll hear stories behind many songs from the 1960's and 70's. (We move beyond these dates as whim dictates.) Bruce has a vast library of information on the music, artist and studios that brought us this great music. Songology started as "Song of the Day" on CIDO in Creston. The station is gone now but Songology lives on. Visit the home page HERE or head right over the YouTube Channel HERE.
The Port Brennett Rail Road (PBRR) is my On30 model train layout. You can follow the progress of it's construction on it's web page. New is the addition of 3D printing. I'll be looking at how 3D printing can be integrated as another tool on the modeling workbench. The home page is HERE.
The PBRR started out as a HO scale layout. Some early videos of the construction of some of it's elements can be seen HERE. Shortly after these videos were made, the town I was living in experienced a major flood. The layout ended up in the dump and building models became a very low priority. A few years later has me living in a small house in Creston, B.C. Due to some more curves life has thrown me, On30 is now my focus.